GoHighLevel Mailgun

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To send out emails from GoHighLevel, you must first set up an email service provider.

You can either choose to sign up with and connect to the third-party service Mailgun or use the direct GoHighLevel LC – Email service.

Key Takeaways:

  • Set up a Mailgun account and integrate directly with GoHighLevel
  • Mailgun plans are available from $35/month after a one-month free trial
  • LC – Email eliminates the need for a third-party email service provider

How to Set Up a Mailgun Account for GoHighLevel

Mailgun Account for GoHighLevel

If you would like to use Mailgun to send out emails from GoHighLevel, you must first set up an account.

To do this, head to signup.mailgun.com/new/signup.

Creating an account takes less than one minute and is free to do. Ensure you check your inbox to verify your email address before continuing.

email address before continuing

Next, in Mailgun, you must add the domain name from which the emails are to be sent, plus any subdomains you wish to use. Also, ensure the region is set to “US” and not “EU.”

Once you have done this, you will be given five DNS records that you must add to your DNS provider (where your domain is hosted). The process for this differs between providers, so if you are unsure how to do it, please contact your DNS provider for assistance.

How to Use Mailgun with GoHighLevel

How to Use Mailgun with GoHighLevel

To integrate Mailgun with GoHighLevel, you first need to grab the API key.

This can be found in your Mailgun account. If you click on your profile avatar in the top-right corner, you will see an API Key option. Click that, and you will be presented with your API key.

Copy the key and head over to your GoHighLevel dashboard.

API key

In the Agency view of your dashboard, hit Settings, then Email Settings, and then Add Service. Select Mailgun from the dropdown menu. Add the API key and the domain name, and you’re ready to go.

How Much Does Mailgun Cost?

How Much Does Mailgun Cost?

You can try Mailgun for free for one month and send up to 5,000 emails. After the free trial, you have a variety of plans to choose from, the cheapest of which is $35/month for 50,000 emails.

Is There an Alternative to Mailgun?

While you can still use Mailgun if this is your preference, you do have another option. GoHighLevel has introduced its own direct email service called LC – Email, which removes the need to set up and use a third-party provider.

GoHighLevel LC – Email

GoHighLevel LC - Email

When you first set up an account with GoHighLevel, it automatically defaults to LC – Email.

The setup for this service is much easier since you don’t need to create accounts with any third-party providers. All you need to do is add the domain name that you wish to use, and the service will be available.

GoHighLevel states that LC – Email is cheaper than most major SMTP providers since it charges $0.675 per 1,000 emails. This is compared with $0.80 per 1,000 with Mailgun.

Frequently Asked Questions

Once you have set up an account with Mailgun, you can connect it to GoHighLevel by copying the API key and pasting it into the GoHighLevel platform.

A Mailgun domain name is a domain from which you send and receive emails. For example, mycompany.com. You can adjust the domain name for email purposes to something like replies.mycompany.com, or mail.mycompany.com.

LC – Email is an email service provided by GoHighLevel from within its platform. It removes the need to sign up with and use a third-party email service provider such as Mailgun.

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