If you already use Google Apps as your email provider, you can grant Postwire access to send your organization's invitation emails through Google's servers instead of Postwire's. This ensures both better deliverability of email and will allow you to keep a log of all your invites in your email's Sent folder.
This article provides the steps to enable Postwire to send invitations through Google's Email servers.
You need to be the Administrator of your G-Suite account to perform the steps described in this article.
To enable sending via Google's Email Servers, follow these steps:
- Log in as Admin to your Google Apps account in the Admin Dashboard.
- Follow the steps listed in the article OAuth: Managing API client access.
- Authorize Postwire to the email scope. You will need to enter two values:
- Client Name -
- API Scopes -
- Client Name -
- Enable Google Apps in the Postwire Org Email Settings page as seen in the screenshot below.
- Optionally, you can also opt to enter a message that will appear in the footer of all emails generated by Postwire.
- Some organizations elect to use their own email opt-out language here; others leave it blank (default) so that no footer whatsoever appears.
- Take note, if you want to include a hyperlink in the footer message, you can use simple HTML tags using the format in the sample below:
<a href="http://www.google.com">Go to Google</a>
Next time anyone in your organization (who is a valid member of your Google Apps account) sends an invite to a Postwire page, it will be sent via their actual email account and include any messaging in the footer that has been established by the Admin.
Note: This feature requires a Postwire Business or Team Plan. Currently, it is either turned on or off for all members of an organization; you cannot have some members send invites through Postwire and others through their Google Apps domain.