How to Connect Outlook Two Way Email sync?
Steps to connect
Please go to the sub-accounts Settings page. Go to the Profile tab and scroll down to the section Email (2-way sync)
Select Outlook, your email provider & click on Connect.
Complete the authorization by entering your Outlook email ID credentials.
Approve for permissions requested for LeadConnector:
On the profile page, scroll down to the section Email (2-way sync) to view your email in the connection status.
How does the 2-way sync work between Grow and your email account?
You would need to send an email to a contact from Grow to initiate the sync between both platforms.
The first outbound email needs to be initiated from the CRM to establish the sync
All subsequent messages in the email thread (initiated from Grow) will be in sync. Outbound
emails sent from your email will start reflecting in Grow and vice versa. reflect
An email thread initiated from your email will not sync with Grow. Only email threads that were formed Grow will be in sync. created
If an outbound email was sent (while the sync was in active state) and later the sync was disconnected from Grow, the subsequent messages in the thread will stop syncing. This will also stop syncing new outbound emails sent from Grow.
Attachments of up to 3 MB size work across this sync, any attachments larger than this size will cause the message to not sync over.
Update Email: This helps users change their connected email ID to another one without disconnecting the previous connection.
New outbound emails from Grow will start syncing with the newly added email address. Upcoming messages in the previously connected email ID (same thread) will stop syncing between Grow & personal email.
Disconnect Email: This helps users to disconnect their connection and stop the sync with Grow. Post disconnect, emails or messages will not sync between both platforms.
Does Two-way sync only work with individual emails or bulk emails and workflows?
How the sender domain mapping works for different types of emails:
Individual Email: On connecting a personal email account (Outlook), the outlook email ID will be considered as the sender domain for the emails sent by the user for individual emails.
Bulk Email: If the user enters their email ID (after setting up the two-way sync) under the “From Field,” the user email ID will be considered the sender domain for the bulk emails. If the field is blank, the sub-account level provider will be considered the sender domain.
Bulk Email: If the user enters an email ID different from their email ID connected (Outlook), it will consider the sub-account level provider as the sender domain.
Workflow & Automation: Emails will continue to go from sub-account level providers.