General settings

In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure JungleMail for Office 365 general settings.


To open settings

Note

To access and modify the following settings, you must have the Administrator permission role.

Open the app and click on the gear icon on the top menu bar. Then, select a setting category.


Sending accounts

In the Sending Accounts tab, you can to 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 organisation. To learn more, see Configuring sending accounts.


Connections

In the Connections tab, you can set up integrations with Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange to be able to send to recipients in those sources. To learn more, see Sending to recipients in Office 365 (AD) groups and Sending to recipients in dynamic distribution groups.


Flow & Automation

In the Flow & 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.


Users

In the Users tab, assign and modify permissions and licenses to users. To learn more, see Configuring user permissions.


Permission Roles

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.


Blocked Emails

In the Blocked Emails tab, you can see email addresses that unsubscribed or bounced. To learn more, see Understanding bounces.


Other

In the Other tab, you can configure miscellaneous options for the app.

Additional Email Recipients: add email addresses that will receive a copy of your newsletter regardless of whether they are included in the recipient source.

Additional Report Recipients: add email addresses that will receive a copy of your newsletter report in addition to the job author.

Time Zone: select the time zone relevant to your recipients.

Analytics Data Pseudonymization: this feature prevents storing and displaying any data that could be used to identify recipients. To learn more, see Analytics Pseudonymizer.

Template Default Theme: select a default theme for your newsletter. To learn more, see Using themes.

Template Categories: modify which tabs will be displayed in the Templates section step.

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