If you're using Mailgun, please follow these 3 steps tutorial to set up your SMTP. Mailwarm generates interactions between your email account and its own accounts. In order to make it work, you need to set-up your SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol).

Step 1 : Access your email domain
Sign in to your Mailgun account and go to Sending page (by clicking on Sending on the left side), and then select your domain name.

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Step 2 : Access your smtp credentials
Smtp credentials will enable Mailwarm to send emails on your behalf. To access your mailgun's smtp credentials, you should simply click on the Select button under SMTP, then scroll down a bit and you will see your smtp credentials, those are the username and password used to access your smtp:

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If you find yourself on this page:

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The smtp username is the email under login, and you should click on Reset Password to get your smtp password. A popup will appear on the top right corner. To get the password, you should click on the copy icon (highlighted in yellow in the next screenshot).

mailgun-pw-copy

Step 3 : Add the credentials into Mailwarm
Go on Mailwarm, and add a new email account. Then fill in the SMTP form as following :‍
Email address : the email address you want to warm up
Reply-to email : the email address you want to warm up
SMTP host : smtp.mailgun.org
SMTP Port : 587 or 465
SMTP Protocol : TLS or SSL (with port 465)
SMTP Username : Mailgun SMTP username (it starts usually with: postmaster@)
SMTP Password : Mailgun smtp password (the one on the previous page)

Hit the Test & Save button, you'll receive a confirmation email if this properly worked.

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