Last updated: January 29, 2024
If you're a super admin or have Account Access permissions, you can preconfigure the IMAP and SMTP server settings so that this information pre-populates when other users connect their personal emails via IMAP. Or, if you're using an Exchange account, you can add your domain and Exchange URL that will populate when your users connect their Exchange email or calendar to HubSpot.
Your IT team might also only allow certain IP addresses to access your account. After you configure your connection settings, you can access the IP addresses that HubSpot uses when sending data from your account and send them to your IT team to allowlist.
Please note: you can configure either IMAP settings or Exchange settings for a domain, but you cannot configure both for the same domain. For example, if you configure IMAP settings for yahoo.com you cannot also configure Exchange settings for yahoo.com.
If your email server requires an IMAP connection to connect with HubSpot, you can configure IMAP settings for your email domain to help your other team members connect their personal emails to HubSpot.
Once your domain is connected, any time a user in your account connects a personal email to HubSpot using IMAP, the IMAP settings will automatically populate.
You can add your Exchange settings to your account to help your other team members connect their Exchange emails or calendars to HubSpot.
Once your settings are configured, any time a user in your account connects an Exchange account to HubSpot, the settings you set here will automatically populate.
Your IT team might only allow certain IP addresses to connect with your email via IMAP or to send data from your Exchange account. If this is the case, your IT team will need to allow the IP addresses that HubSpot uses, which are listed for both SMTP and IMAP below: