Send HTML Email's using your SendGrid Key OR for Gmail use Client Secret and Client Key.
You must have a Google Developer account or Sendgrid Developer in order to interact with the plugin. If you don’t have any of the accounts, you can easily create one for Google Console - https://console.developers.google.com and for Sendgrid Developer platform - https://app.sendgrid.com
Create a new account or use the created one in the SendGrid platform https://app.sendgrid.com
Click the Settings tab(1), then click the "API Keys" tab(2), then click the "Create API Key" button(3).
2. Enter your API key name and select permission (Full access recommended).
3. Enter the API Key in the same field in the plugin's settings:
4. After these actions you can use the "SendGrid Mailer" action and send the mail with HTML body and/or attachments via SendGrid service.
Sign in to Google Console : https://console.developers.google.com
Access “API & Services”
Go to the “Credentials” tab and create an OAuth Client ID.
In “OAuth 2.0 Client IDs” list click to your created OAuth ID’s name. Add your redirect URls in the same fields.
5. After receiving credentials, paste them into the appropriate fields in the plugin settings.
Before sending emails, you must log in with your Google account. To do this, place the plugin element (Google oAuth2) on the page and use it for authorization.
After registration, you will receive tokens in the exposed states.
Use these tokens for Gmail mailer action parameters
The plugin contains Google oAuth2 element that should be used on the page in order to set up the Google authentication process.
Google auth a Google oAuth2 - used to authenticate with Google's oAuth2 method.
SendGrid Mailer - action used to send html mail. The action fields available:
Gmail Mailer - action used to send html mail. The action fields available:
Update 08/12/2020 -
Added new possibilities for using CC, BCC, Reply-to and attachments. Added a new element for logging into Google