Connecting SMTP/IMAP Addresses

Learn how to connect any email address with SMTP/IMAP details 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 any email address with SMTP/IMAP details as an email sender with SalesBlink to use in your cold email sequences. πŸ“§

Connecting SMTP/IMAP email with SalesBlink

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

  2. Select "SMTP/IMAP".

3. Enter the details as follows:

Your Name: This is your name as displayed to the receiver.
Sender Username: Your SMTP/IMAP username

Sender Email Address: Your SMTP/IMAP email address πŸ“§
Sender Password: Your SMTP/IMAP password

SMTP Host: SMTP Host from your SMTP/IMAP Configuration
SMTP Port: SMTP Port from your SMTP/IMAP Configuration
IMAP Host: IMAP Host from your SMTP/IMAP Configuration
IMAP Port: IMAP Port from your SMTP/IMAP Configuration

Optionally, if you need to receive incoming emails (replies) to some other inbox, then you can check the box "Use Different Email Address for Incoming Emails" and enter the following details:

Receiver Email Address: Email Address where your replies should be sent.

Receiver Password / App Password: Password of the email addresses.
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4. Hit "Next" and your email address will be connected. βœ…

5. (optional) Set your email signature. ✏️

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

7. (optional) Enable email sender in Unified Inbox. πŸ“§

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

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

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

Launch your Cold Email Sequence

You can now use your SMTP/IMAP email address to launch cold emails sequences.

There are a couple of ways to go about this:

Common Errors

  • Ensure that IMAP & SMTP are enabled

  • Ensure that you are using app password in case your ESP requires that.

  • Ensure IMAP & SMTP host/port are correct.

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