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Learn how to connect Google Workspace (GSuite) Email as an email sender with SalesBlink

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Written by Sushant Shekhar
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Hi there!πŸ‘‹

In this guide, you will learn how to connect Google Workspace (GSuite) Email as an email sender with SalesBlink to use in your cold email sequences.

Note: If you are looking to connect free Gmail account, refer to this guide.

1. Connecting Google Workspace (GSuite) Email with SalesBlink

  1. Navigate to Email Senders & click on "Add Sender".

  2. Select "Google Workspace (GSuite)".

3. As per the instructions that appear, you need to enable IMAP.

4. On your computer, open your email address on Gmail. πŸ“§

5. Click settings icon in the top right corner.

6. Click "See All Settings".

7. Click on "Forwarding and POP/IMAP".

8. In the "IMAP access" section, select Enable IMAP.

9. Click Save Changes. πŸ’Ύ

10. Now go back to SalesBlink and click 'Yes, IMAP has been enabled'.

11. Now you need to select a connection option.

(Option 1) - Using OAuth to connect Google Workspace Email with SalesBlink

  1. Click "Add App".

  2. Then select "OAuth App Name or Client ID"

4. Use the following Client-ID to search for SalesBlink:

672501151861-8usqok0m4cvfmktlsc9khbot8unva97v.apps.googleusercontent.com

5. Select the SalesBlink app & mark it as Trusted. Once done, go back to SalesBlink & click on "Login".

6. Google OAuth Login prompts will appear, allow all permissions and proceed with the login process.

That's it, your Google Workspace Email Address is ready to start sending cold emails! πŸ“§

(Option 2) - Using App Password to connect Google Workspace Email with SalesBlink

  1. Turn on 2-Step Verification if you haven't already, Manage your Google Account in your browser.

2. Navigate to "Security" πŸ”’

3. Scroll down below to 'How to sign in to Google?' and click '2-step verification'.

4. If it is not on, turn it on. You will have to enter your phone number and verify the same to turn on the 2-step verification. πŸ”‘

5. Once that's done, navigate back to "Security". πŸ”’

6. Scroll down below to 'How to sign in to Google?' and click on '2-step verification'. βœ”οΈ

7. Scroll down to the end of the page and click on 'App passwords' πŸ”‘

8. Now, enter the app name as "salesblink" & click on create.

9. Copy the generated app password and store it in a safe place.

10. Now head back to SalesBlink & enter the credentials as follows:
Your Name: This is your name as displayed to the receiver
Sender Username: Your Google Workspace Email Address

Sender Email Address: Your Google Workspace Email Address
Sender Password: The App Password you generated

SMTP Host: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP Port: 465

IMAP Host: imap.gmail.com
IMAP Port: 993

11. Hit "Next" and your email address will be connected.

All Set! Your Google Workspace Email Address is ready to start sending cold emails!

What's Next

There are a few more optional but recommended steps you should take to maximize email deliverability.

  1. (optional) Set your email signature. ✏️

  2. (optional) Enable Email Warmup πŸ”₯ for better deliverability.

  3. (optional) Set your custom domain for better email deliverability.

  4. (optional) Calculate your deliverability score. πŸ’―

πŸš€ That's all, your email address is added as a sender now!

2. Launch your Cold Email Sequence πŸš€

You can now use your Google Workspace email address to launch cold emails sequences.

There are a couple of ways to go about this:

Common reasons for error ⚠️

  1. Make sure your 2-Step Verification is enabled (if selecting option 2).

  2. Make sure your app password is correct (if selecting option 2).

  3. Make sure IMAP is enabled.

FAQ

How can I connect Alias Emails of Google Workspace?

  • Just add an alias from Google Admin Console then connect the main email address with Option 1 and SalesBlink will prompt you to select an alias if it exists.

Hope you found this help doc useful! πŸ˜€

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