In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure JungleMail for Office 365 Site and Global Settings
To open settings
Open the app and click on the gear icon on the top menu bar. Then, select a setting category.
In the Sending Accounts tab, you can add or modify accounts and email addresses the app uses to send your newsletters. You will also be able to configure sending account options for other JungleMail users in your
In the Connections tab, you can set up integrations with Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange to send to recipients using Distribution Lists, Exchange Groups, etc or activate the SharePoint Connection. To learn more, see Sending to recipients in Office 365 (AD) groups and Sending to recipients in dynamic distribution groups.
In the Analytics tab, you can configure analytics segmentation and grouping.
In the Archive tab, you can configure where your JungleMail newsletters will be saved. To learn more, see Archiving newsletters in SharePoint.
In the Automation tab, you can configure integration with Power Automate (previously Microsoft Flow) to automate newsletter approval or other processes. To learn more, see Power Automate integration and Newsletter approval with Power Automate.
In the Content Targeting tab you can specify where your newsletter subscriber data is stored, allowing JungleMail to connect to that list to deliver personalized content for each recipient. To learn more, see Sending internal newsletters based on subscription preferences.
In the Site Users page, you can manage User access to the current JungleMail Site, and modify current user permissions.
Security and Privacy
In the Security and Privacy tab, you can configure analytics data pseudonymization, newsletter content storage, Allowed Azure AD and Exchange groups (Enterprise Feature).
In this tab, you can control if the AI assistants are enabled and choose which assistant(s) to enable.
In the Audit tab, you can specify which recipients will automatically receive a copy of every newsletter or newsletter report email.
On the Branding tab, Global administrators can control Branding options. If you want to enable strict branding controls, you can choose to disable the Start from Scratch button and configure and enable Template Lock. This will limit users to working only with pre-built templates and modifying only allowed parts of the template to keep the branding of your newsletters consistent.
Global administrators can also control which fonts are displayed to users. Built-in font selection can be disabled by checking the "Hide built-in fonts" box, forcing users to use fonts pre-defined by JungleMail administrators. Learn how to add custom fonts in our article.
Administrators can pre-configure colors that your organization frequently uses. These colors will appear in the color-picker menu's as suggestions, and users will be able to use a custom color as well. If an administrator checks the "Disable custom color selection" box, then regular users will not be able to pick a custom color, and will be forced to use one of the defined colors.
The default JungleMail template that will be loaded when a user clicks "Start from Scratch" can be selected on this page, and JungleMail Global templates can be enabled. Global templates are templates that are available on all JungleMail Sites. Learn how to manage default and global templates in thisarticle.
In this tab, you can specify the default Time zone and format that will be used to display data like Date and Time, Numbers, Percentages in the UI. Newsletters will be scheduled according to the Time Zone setting, not the current user's personal settings for their machine.
On the Recycle bin page, you can see and restore deleted newsletters, templates, drafts, saved sections, and images.
On the All Users Page, you can manage all JungleMail 365 Users and assign Global Administrators.
On this page, you can create and manage JungleMail 365 Sites.
In the Permission Roles tab, you can create and modify permission roles available to assign to app users. To learn more, see Creating permission roles.
On the Global Settings page, you can manage settings that will apply for all JungleMail Sites. For a more detailed overview, refer to our article.
In the Blocked Emails tab, you can see email addresses that unsubscribed or bounced. To learn more, see Understanding bounces.