Sending with Exchange

The basics

To send from an email account supported by a Microsoft Exchange server, you’ll need to authorize your email account with a username, password, and server / host name in your settings under Exchange Integration. Sendbloom connects to your email via EWS (Exchange Web Services).

To connect your Exchange account:
  1. Determine your username and password
  2. Determine your server host name
  3. Click Authenticate in your Sendbloom settings under Exchange Integration

Step 1 - Determine your username and password

If you have access to webmail to check your email from any browser: 

  • Your username is the login you use to access your webmail (i.e. firstnamelastname or company/firstname, etc.)
  • Your password is the password used to login to your webmail

If you do not have access to webmail: 

  • Your username is the same as the sending email (i.e. replies@sendbloom.com)
  • Your password is the password used to login to your email in Outlook or any email client
Step 2 - Determine your server host name

Your server host name can be found in a few places and will require editing before connecting your email in Sendbloom.

If you are on Office 365:

If your email client is Outlook:

  • Navigate to Account settings (File-->Info-->Account Settings) and double click your email to view your server name
  • Take the incoming mail server name and update it before using it to connect with Sendbloom. Remove any characters after .com (or .net, .org, etc.) and replace them with ‘EWS/Exchange.asmx’. 
  • For example, if your server name is ‘https://mail.company.com/12345,’ you'll change it to ‘https://mail.company.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx’ when connecting your email in Sendbloom.

If your email client is something other than Outlook:

  • Navigate to your Account Settings page and locate your server name (can be labeled server, incoming mail server, internal server, or another variant)
  • Take the server name and update it before using it to connect with Sendbloom. Remove any characters after .com (or .net, .org, etc.) and replace them with ‘EWS/Exchange.asmx’. 
  • For example, if your server name is ‘https://mail.awesomecompany.com/details,’ use ‘https://mail.awesomecompany.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx’ when connecting your email in Sendbloom