Zephr User Guide

Pure360

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The Zephr Pure360 Extension allows you to integrate Zephr using Pure360 as an email provider. By configuring this extension, emails usually sent via Zephr – such as password resets and passwordless authentication emails – will be sent via your Pure360 account. It also allows you to add Zephr User email addresses to Pure360 Lists.

Configuring the Pure360 Extension

To enable the Pure360 Extension within Zephr, navigate to Settings > Extensions > Pure360. If you cannot see the Pure360 option in your list of Extensions, email support@zephr.com.

Once on the configuration screen, you’ll see three sections – Pure360 API, Pure360 List Integration and Activate Plugin.

Pure360 API

First, click Pure360 API. Here, you’ll need to input the following information:

  • API Username
  • API Password
  • From Description – this is the name you want your emails to be sent from – e.g. Customer Support.

Enter these details into the corresponding fields under the heading Pure360 API. Once your details are correct, click Done.

Pure360 List Integration

The Zephr Pure360 list integration also allows you to add newly registered Zephr Users to a Pure360 List. These users will be added at the point of registration, so always ensure you have the required consent.

To configure this, click into Pure360 List Integration on your Extension screen. From here, you’ll be able to name the Profile and List Name that you would like users added to. Click Done when complete.

Activate Plugin

Once you’ve input the relevant details, confirm which of your Sites the extension should be active on. To do this, use the toggles for each site under the Activate Plugin section, or choose Select All Sites.

Mailchimp - Plugin Activation

Once completed, click Save. Your extension is now enabled and will send all Zephr emails via your Pure360 account. Templates for these emails can be managed under Settings > Email Templates.

Note: Whilst Zephr emails are sent immediately after being triggered, there may be a delay or queuing system used by your third party ESP. We recommend testing this system before going live with end-users.