Warm Up Your Email - How do I add my email to the Warm Up tool?

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To get started with warming up your email, you'll need to connect your mail account to the Warm Up tool. 

Connecting your mail account to the Warm Up tool

  1. If you don't have an email connected yet, you'll be prompted to connect your first mail account - click +Add SMTP Settings 

  2. Select the type of mail account you want to connect and click Next 

    Note: For GoDaddy Microsoft 356 accounts, you'll need to enable SMTP access in order to connect with Warm Up Your Email. Follow these GoDaddy steps in your GoDaddy Account.
  3. You'll be shown instructions to complete the email connection
    If you choose Other, you will need to collect SMTP credentials for your mail provider - you'll need to contact your mail provider directly if you're having trouble locating those details

  4. Follow the instructions on screen and/or enter the details requested and click Next and follow the on-screen prompts

Note: If you have trouble with your credentials, contact your mail provider's support for help to verify you're using the correct credentials. If you've verified with your mail provider that all of your details and settings are correct and you're still having trouble, click here to contact our support team.

Note: GoDaddy Microsoft Office 365 accounts tend to have issues when trying to connect with SMTP. If you have one of these email accounts, you'll need to contact GoDaddy's support

Adding more emails to the Warm-Up tool

There are different warm up your email plans, and when you are a Mailshakes customer, you can select any plan at no additional cost: 

  • Sole Sender: 1 Email Account
  • Pro Sender: 3 Email Accounts
  • Agency Sender: 8 Email Accounts

Depending on the plan you selected, you will be able to add more email addresses to your account. To add more email addresses, you will want to go to your Dashboard and then click on +Add SMTP settings:

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