Send Using Gmail
Sending personalized messages using Gmail is a core feature of MailMentor, allowing you to leverage the platform's powerful personalization tools while using your familiar email service. This document will guide you through the process of sending a message through Gmail using MailMentor.
Steps to send using Gmail
Follow these steps to send a personalized message using Gmail:
1: Go to the Saved Messages view
Log in to your MailMentor account and navigate to the "Saved Messages" view. This is where you can access and manage all the messages you've created using the platform.
2: Click the gear on the message you want to send
Locate the message you wish to send and click on the gear icon next to it. This will reveal additional options for the selected message.
3: Click "Send to Gmail"
From the options that appear, click on "Send to Gmail" to initiate the sending process. You can also chose to "Send Draft to Gmail" in this step. (Note: Your Gmail account must be connected to MailMentor for this feature to work. If you haven't connected your Gmail account yet, refer to our Connecting Your Gmail Account help document.)
Help, it's not sending!
If you encounter any issues while attempting to send your message through Gmail, follow these troubleshooting steps:
1. Make sure your Gmail account is connected:
To send messages using Gmail, your account must be connected to MailMentor. If you haven't connected your Gmail account, or if the connection has been interrupted, you will not be able to send your message. To connect or verify your connection, refer to our Connecting Your Gmail Account help document.
2. Check for error messages
If you see an error message while attempting to send your message, follow the instructions provided in the error message to resolve the issue. If the error persists, contact MailMentor support for further assistance.
By following these steps, you can send personalized messages using Gmail and take full advantage of MailMentor's features to optimize your sales outreach and improve your messaging.