- First, in order to export any contacts to Mailjet, you need to create an empty list in Mailjet, to which you will add your contacts. Later you will see what you need it for.
- Secondly, you must have your Salesforce API activated for this integration to work. You can find out whether it’s your case or not by checking your pricing plan at Salesforce. However, even if your pricing plan doesn’t imply that your API is activated, you can always contact Salesforce and ask them to do this for you. This limitation doesn’t apply to other recipes, though.
last blog post I was talking about how a ready-to-use Mailjet integration solution can effectively support you in automating your email marketing with Mailjet. This time, as promised, I’m going to lead you step-by-step through the Mailjet integration process. We’ve prepared a few ready-to-use recipesIn our
which you can find here (UPDATE: the links is no longer available due to the new release of our platform). Just choose the recipe you need, click on “Try it now” and sign in or sign up if you’re new to elastic.io. I will use here the Salesforce-Mailjet recipe as an example.
Before I continue, there are two things you need to be aware of before you start the integration:
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