Site collection settings
When configuring JungleMail you can decide which functions you are going to use. 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 them can be managed globally in Central Administration settings and locally per site collection in the site collection settings. 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 described in this tutorial:
- Embedded Images
- Unprocessed Email Placeholders
- JungleMail History
- JungleMail Tracker
- JungleMail Tracker Data Pseudonymization (Enterprise feature)
- JungleMail Subscription
- Subscriptions Look and Feel
- JungleMail Subscription Page URL
- Subscription Confirmation Email
- Subscription Welcome Email
- Dynamic Attachments
- Recurrent Newsletter Settings
- Email Importance Settings
- Built-in Templates
- Layout Templates
- Newsletter Archive
- Newsletter Types (Enterprise feature)
- Newsletter Approval (Enterprise feature)
- Word Reports (Enterprise feature)
- SQL Storage (Enterprise feature)
Note: you might see some features or options enabled by default and marked in grey. This is because they inherit their settings from Central Administration settings. To learn how you can override these settings, scroll down to the bottom of this tutorial.
1. Embedded Images
Once you have made your way to the site collection settings you can enable image embedding into email content.
Note that image embedding increases the size of emails, especially if you use more than one image. Your sending performance will also be affected.
2. Unprocessed Email Placeholders
If enabled, this feature removes from an email any placeholders that JungleMail is unable to process (e.g., if the corresponding SharePoint list has been moved or renamed).
3. JungleMail 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.
4. JungleMail Tracker
If you want to track which recipients open emails and the links within your emails you should enable this feature.
In the additional settings,
5. JungleMail Tracker Data Pseudonymization
This feature replaces recipient email addresses with pseudonyms and prevents JungleMail Tracker from storing other data that could be used to identify recipients from JungleMail report data.
6. JungleMail Subscription
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.
7. Subscriptions Look and Feel
In this section, you can customize the confirmation and welcome email templates that will be sent 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 brand style. Read more
8. JungleMail Subscription Page URL
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 subscription management and tracking configuration
9. Subscription Confirmation Email
Enable this feature to make subscription confirmed only after new subscribers have clicked an activation link in their email.
10. Subscription Welcome Email
Enable this feature to automatically send a welcome email to new confirmed subscribers.
11. Dynamic Attachments
This feature allows JungleMail to automatically attach files to newsletters based on the recipient-related conditions. Read more.
12. Recurrent Newsletter Settings
Limit the users able to
13. Email Importance Settings
Enable this option to allow users to select email priority level (normal, low, high).
14. Built-in Templates
JungleMail comes with built-in newsletter templates, but you have to install them first. Note that Drag & Drop Builder templates and Rich Text templates are installed independently. Once the templates have been installed, you will be able to find them in the Templates tab.
15. Layout Templates
If checked, this option displays layout templates in the Layouts tab.
16. Newsletter Archive
This feature saves a copy of a sent newsletter in a Sharepoint library or a custom page. In the Newsletter Archive section, you can enable the feature and configure its settings such as archive list URL and error management.
17. Newsletter Types (Enterprise feature)
This feature allows you to create newsletter categories that also support filtering. Very useful when you have a large number of templates and need to find the right one.
18. Newsletter Approval (Enterprise feature)
Enable this feature if you require approval before a newsletter is sent. For this feature to work properly, you need to select and configure the List Approval Workflow via a drop-down menu in the JungleMail Jobs list. This feature also supports approval via a custom workflow in SharePoint Designer.
19. Word Reports (Enterprise feature)
20. SQL Database Storage (Enterprise feature)
To improve the performance of JungleMail you can enable SQL storage.
Overriding global settings
By default, site collection settings inherit the configuration of global settings. However, site collection settings can be modified and will override global settings if, in global settings, the "Allow overriding this setting in Site Collection settings" option is checked. Read more.