JungleMail | Site Collection settings

When configuring JungleMail for SharePoint you can decide which functions you are going to use. In this way you get the possibility to only activate those functions you need. This ensures the smoothest performance of JungleMail.

In this tutorial you will learn what these included options are and how to activate them. All of these can be managed (globally) in Central Administration Setting and (locally) per Site Collection in the Site Collection Settings. You will find the tutorial for managing settings at Central Administration level  here.

Note: If you want to know how to let Central Administration Settings be overridden by Site Collection Settings, scroll down to the bottom of this tutorial. 

The options explained in this tutorial:

  1. Embedded images
  2. History
  3. Tracking
  4. Subscribe/Unsubscribe
  5. Welcome emails
  6. Customize welcome emails
  7. Subscription Web Part
  8. Built-in templates
  9. Campaign type
  10. Reccurent campaigns
  11. Word reports (exclusive to Enterprise)
  12. Campaign approval (exclusive to Enterprise)
  13. SQL storage (exclusive to Enterprise)

1. Embedded images

Once you have made your way to the Site Collection Settings you can enable image embedding into email content. 

Note: Image embedding increases the size of emails, especially if you use more than one image. Your sending performance will also be affected.

2. History

If you want to store previously completed JungleMail jobs you should enable JungleMail history. 

Note: When JungleMail History is enabled every single sent email will be stored in your SharePoint. This will significantly increase your content database size. We recommend not to enable this particular feature unless history is a strict requirement for you.

3. Tracking

If you want to track which recipients open emails and the links within your emails you should enable this feature.

In the additional settings you can specify the URL in which your JungleMail Tracker Web Part is located. This page will be used to track email opens and clicks. You may also indicate certain IP addresses (e.g. your company's IP address), to be excluded from the tracking statistics. JungleMail will automatically populate this field if you will place the Web Part in the same Site Collection as in which you have activated JungleMail Core feature.

4. Subscribe/Unsubscribe

If you want your recipients to be able to subscribe and unsubscribe to your emails, and you want to be able to manage the subscriptions, you should enable this functionality.

5. Welcome emails

If you want JungleMail to send automatic confirmation and welcome emails to new subscribers you should activate these features.

6. Customize welcome emails and Subscription Web Part appearance

In this section you can customize the confirmation and welcome email templates that will be send to new subscribers once you have activated the features above. This is also where you can modify the appearance of the Subscription Web Part so that it matches your house style. Read more about  subscription Web Part email and behaviors templates  here.

7. Subscription Web Part

If you want to use the Subscription Web Part that is included with JungleMail you can modify its location here. JungleMail will automatically populate this field when you place the Web Part in the same Site Collection as the JungleMail Core feature. Read more about JungleMail Subscriptions management and Tracker Configuration guides  here.

8. Built-in templates

If you want to make use of the ready-to-use templates that are included with JungleMail, you should click the Install button. Once the templates have been installed you will be able to find them in the Templates tab of the builder.

9. Campaign type

If you want to categorize the types of campaigns you are going to be sending out, you should enable this feature. You could for example have both internal and external campaigns. Or marketing and social campaigns. You can enable email campaigns categorization according to defined campaign types. You are also able to specify the categories for email templates. To do this enable the  Show in templates checkbox. Read more about campaign categorization here.

10. Reccurent campaigns

It is possible that you do not want all users to be able to creat recurring campaigns. Here you can select which users have permissions to create and modify recurrent campaigns

11. Word reports (Enterprise exclusive)

If you want to be able to export your campaign results into graphical and statistical Word document you should enable this feature. 

Note: This feature is only available in JungleMail Enterprise Edition.

12. Campaign approval (Enterprise exclusive)

If you require approval before a campaign is sent, you can enable the function here. For this function to work properly you need to select the List Approval Workflow (which is configured on JungleMail jobs list) in the drop down menu.

Note: This feature is only available in JungleMail Enterprise Edition.

13. SQL storage (Enterprise exclusive)

To improve the performance of JungleMail you can enable SQL storage. Read more about the workings of SQL storage  here.

Note: This feature is only available in JungleMail Enterprise Edition.


Overriding Site Collection Settings 

Site Collection settings contain all of the settings. However, some of them can only be changed if the Allow overriding this setting in Site Collection settings option is enabled in the Central Administration Settings. Read more about Central Administration Settings here.

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