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Currenty there is no different user registration process for SSO users, we have to invite, user has to click on activation link and set a password, although for SSO Login the password is never needed.
I recommend to change the SSO User process. We should be able to invite as "SSO User", it is OK if the user has still to activate their user, but without the need to set a password.2 votes
Currenlty only Mailjet Support can set ReturnPath. We have hundreds of subaccounts and Mailjet involement is needed for the return Path Setting.
In order to reduce effort on Mailjet side and also to help us in managing our own subaccounts better, it would be helpful that the Master-Account user is able to do the reurn path setting. If adding this to the frontend takes to much time, it would be enough as a first step, just to have an API for setting the returnpath.1 vote
As a user I want to see feedback after clicking a validation email link so that I know if my sender address was validated or that I need to undertake an action.
In my case:
I added a sender to a SUB API KEY. I got the validation mail and then clicked it. It took me to the "account -> senders & domains" page (OF MY MASTER ACCOUNT) but didn't give me any feedback.
My assumption is that the activation succeeded. Then when I try to send an e-mail using the new sender, I've got another mail from Mailjet saying…1 vote
Single Sign-On (SSO) should be available for all PREMIUM users regardless of whether they have 15,000 or 100,000 subscriptions1 vote
Hi, Would be taken into the consideration in the future improvements, a easier process of identifying the owners of the sub-accounts? Many thanks1 vote
As a user of Mailjet, I would like the ability to add complete domains to (sub)accounts in bulk.
Currently the way to do it is to do this per 1 domain. You first have to validate it, then you get forwarded to the screen for SPF/DKIM.
I know you can theoretically setup SPF/DKIM ahead of time as this is the same for all the domains.
However, as a customer with many domains, I would like the ability to add for example ~25 domains in one go. Then provide me all the validation TXT-records, and validate them in the background.
Please add the ability to search subject lines. Example: New Project:.....
Example: Three New Planned....
Mein Kunde möchte im Abschnitt "Alle Kontakte" suchen, aber eben nicht nur nach (Teilen von) der E-Mail-Adresse, sondern auch nach Vor- und/oder Nachnamen.1 vote
Enable Automation for User Provisioning
It will be much easier for admins to manage users in corporate accounts if Mailjet will have a feature of system cross identity management (SCIM) or user functions through API.
The addition or creating new users has a lot of manual process.2 votes
Enforcement of SSO
Similar with Mailgun, please have a feature where we can enforce SSO to the users and have an option to set for users to login with the traditional username and password for breakglass purposes.1 vote
Today when you share your account with coloaborator, you need to select the sub API key to share. You dont have option to share all accounts. The button to share all only share current existing API keys. Not the one created after.1 vote
Etant une collectivité, nous avons besoin du paiement par mandat administratif pour continuer à utiliser cet outil.
As a local authority, we require payment by administrative mandate to continue using this tool.1 vote
It takes tooooo long to tick off all the right images. Many times I will have to do 4-5 rounds of images. No good!! 2FA should be more than enough.6 votes
The Master account should be able to limit the access of shared accounts. Add a check box for "Rest API" and App Connections1 vote
I have a sub-account and would like to be able to enable 2FA.
A sub-account has access to PII in the same way as a primary account, and it would be good to be able to afford it the same level of protection against compromise.2 votes
The billing currency is decided upon account creation, after it's set it is unable to be altered. It might be a good idea to let the Mailjet customers have the option of at least two currencies, US$ and Euros, so that they can opt for one or another even after the account is set up, without having to delete an account and re-create one. Thanks!1 vote
Currently an account cannot use both two-factor authentication and SSO simultaneously. This means:
1) Any account using SSO has an insecure owner login (as it cannot use SSO and with SSO enabled cannot use two-factor auth)
2) Any account using two-factor auth has insecure shared user accounts or cannot share access
It is important for the owner account to be able to login without SSO, just in case anything goes wrong with this configuration. However having SSO enabled should not prevent the owner account from being able to use two-factor and therefore be as secure as possible.3 votes
Your pricing plan does not fit my business or my customers. I am interested, and able, to use your service. But I prefer to pay per campaign since that is how my customers reimburse me1 vote
Our new process of building campaigns needs more granular control of the permission levels.
We are using 5 templates per sub-account that are built by our design team and published, and then our marketing coordinators create campaigns from these. Because we work with 22 international automotive brands we then need to check the content, we also try to peer review before campaigns are sent.
Can we have similar permission controls to the template levels, a user can create a campaign draft, and then it had to be published/approved by a user with a higher level before being able to be…2 votes
Even in instances when a shared-access user is the one creating/sending/scheduling an email they do not receive the A/B testing results email which is particularly problematic when the A/B winner is being chosen manually. Because only the account owner receives the email it is their responsibility to choose the winner or further remind the shared-access user that a winner needs to be selected.
Possible solutions to this problem:
- The email goes to (or goes to in addition to the owner) the user that scheduled the A/B test.
- When scheduling an A/B test manually you can specify a user…3 votes
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