Send and receive emails to your contacts directly in the app.
You can both send and receive direct emails to your contacts from within the contact card. It's a convenient and time-saving feature that allows you to monitor your progress directly in the Prowly app.
You can give other users permission to collaborate by giving them access to My Contacts (Admin and Publisher roles). They will be able to see the email threads you start. However, they won't see replies and won't be able to reply in the email threads started by other users.
To send and receive emails, each user needs to connect their own inbox.
Prowly will only show emails you exchange with contacts you saved in My Contacts.
In order to connect your inbox, click your avatar at the left-bottom corner of the app and select My Profile. Then, go to Connected inbox:
Click the Connect your inbox button to start the configuration. Firstly, select the account to configure the inbox with. Secondly, select your email provider and fill in your email and password.
Gmail accounts with 2-Step Verification enabled will require signing in with App Passwords. Read this Help Center article to find out more. It's recommended to have the 2-Step Verification enabled. For those who don't have it enabled, it will be necessary to enable Less secure apps but this feature may be already not available on your account since Google is in the process of switching it off. If this is the case, use the solution with App Passwords.
If your inbox provider is not listed among the predefined ones such as Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo and iCloud, you'll need to go through the manual configuration. If this is the case, select other as the email provider and fill in the form. You'll need to provide IMAP and SMTP server details to be able to connect. Fill in your email and password and then click Modify IMAP/SMTP settings to fill in the required server addresses and ports:
You can, if necessary, customise IMAP and SMTP server addresses and ports on the predefined connections for Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo and iCloud as well. The Modify IMAP/SMTP settings button is available right below the fields for email and password.