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Provider

Introduction#

This section is for configuring the communication provider for email and messaging services. Here, you can swiftly integrate your service infrastructure through SMTP or API.

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Main Screen#

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Figure 1: Provider - Main Screen

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Figure 2: Provider - Main Screen Intro

In this document, you will learn more about:


Configuring an Email Provider#

Click on Create, as shown in fig. 1 and select a provider to configure.

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Figure 3: Select Provider to Configure

There are namely 3 email providers.

Pepipost#

  1. Select Pepipost and proceed.

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Figure 3: Pepipost Configuration

  1. Here, you need to fill the provider details.
    • Provider Name - Enter any name for your provider. Example: Abracadabra
    • Description - Enter a brief description for this provider.
    • Provider API Key - Check step 3 below.
    • Name - The name that should appear on the mail you send (check fig. 11).
    • Email - The email that should appear on the mail you send (check fig. 11).
    • Add more - You can add more names and emails and set them as a default.

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Figure 4: Pepipost Settings

  1. Go to https://app.pepipost.com and sign-in with your credentials.

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Figure 5: Login

  1. Click on the Settings icon on the left, and go to Integrations.

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Figure 6: Login Success

  1. Go to the API tab and copy the API key.

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Figure 7: API Key

  1. As described in step 2, fill all the fields and also paste the API key that is copied as shown in step 5.

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Figure 8: Fill all Pepipost Fields

  1. You can add more sender name and sender email ID if required. Optionally, you can set them as default.

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Figure 9: Add More Sender

  1. Click the Test Provider option, on the top-right.

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Figure 10: Test Email

  1. This is the test mail that the recipient will receive. Kindly check the Name (Pepi) and Email (ashoknayak@pepisandbox.com) that were entered in step 6.

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Figure 11: Test Email Successfully Received

  1. In case of any error, the test email would not be sent and you will receive the following message on your screen. In such a case, kindly sure to re-verify all the details.

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Figure 12: Test Email Failed (due to configuration issues)

Falconide#

  1. Select Pepipost and proceed.

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Figure 13: Falconide Configuration

  1. Here, you need to fill the provider details.
    • Provider Name - Enter any name for your provider. Example: Bella
    • Description - Enter a brief description for this provider.
    • Provider API Key - Check step 3 below.
    • Name - The name that should appear on the mail you send (check fig. 23).
    • Email - The email that should appear on the mail you send (check fig. 23).
    • Add more - You can add more names and emails and set them as a default.

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Figure 14: Falconide Settings

  1. Go to https://www.falconide.com/ and click on Login (top-right).

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Figure 15: Falconide Homepage

  1. Sign-in with your credentials.

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Figure 16: Login

  1. Click on the Settings icon on the left.

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Figure 17: Login Success

  1. Click on the API section under Settings. Click on View Settings under SMTP & HTTP API Details.

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Figure 18: Falconide API Settings

  1. Under API Credentials, click Show to view the API key. Copy this API key.

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Figure 19: Show API Key and Copy

  1. As described in step 2, fill all the fields and also paste the API key that is copied as shown in step 7.

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Figure 20: Fill all Falconide Fields

  1. You can add more sender name and sender email ID if required. Optionally, you can set them as default.

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Figure 21: Add More Sender

  1. Click the Test Provider option, on the top-right.

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Figure 22: Test Email

  1. This is the test mail that the recipient will receive. Kindly check the Name (Ashok Nayak) and Email (ashoknayak@gofynd.com) that were entered in step 8.

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Figure 23: Test Email Successfully Received

  1. In case of any error, the test email would not be sent and you will receive the following message on your screen. In such a case, kindly sure to re-verify all the details.

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Figure 24: Test Email Failed (due to configuration issues)

SMTP#

Here, you can configure other email providers using SMTP and not API. Here, you can also configure Pepipost and Falconide.

  1. Select SMTP and proceed.

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Figure 25: SMTP Configuration

  1. Here, you need to fill the provider details.
    • Provider Name - Enter any name for your provider.
    • Description - Enter a brief description for this provider.
    • Host, Port, Username and Password - You can acquire these details from your SMTP provider.
    • Name - The name that should appear on the mail you send.
    • Email - The email that should appear on the mail you send.
    • Add more - You can add more names and emails and set them as a default.

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Figure 26: SMTP Settings

  1. Examples of Host, Port, Username and Password provided by some providers.

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Figure 27: Example: Details Provided by an SMTP Provider

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Figure 28: Example: Details Provided by an SMTP Provider

  1. As described in step 2 and 3, fill all the fields.

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Figure 29: Fill all SMTP Fields


Configuring an SMS Provider#

Netcore#

  1. Select Netcore and proceed.

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Figure 30: Netcore Settings

  1. For setting up Netcore, you would need to get the below details from Netcore -
    • Feed ID
    • Username
    • Password
    • Sender ID

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Figure 31: Netcore Settings

SMPP#

  1. Select SMPP and proceed.

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Figure 32: SMPP Settings

  1. Here, you need to fill the provider details.
    • Provider Name - Enter any name for your provider. Example: Abracadabra
    • Description - Enter a brief description for this provider.
    • Host, Port, Username and Password - You can acquire these details from your SMPP provider.

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Figure 33: SMPP Settings


Setting Default Providers#

Here, you can set the default provider for your OTP, Transactional and Promotional Emails or SMS. Use the drop-down to select the provider that you have configured. Moreover, among the list, you also have an option to choose Fynd as your provider.

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Figure 34: Setting a Default Provider