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Mailjet Connector for Pega Marketing

Updated on March 5, 2020

The Mailjet Connector provides a pre-built integration from Pega Marketing to the Email APIs maintained by Mailjet. Mailjet is a full Email Service Provider (ESP) that provides a wide variety of self-service, managed, enterprise-level, and agency-based email solutions. Their capabilities include robust send & parse APIs, event APIs, dedicated IP support, segmentation, automation, real-time monitoring, etc. Pega Marketing customers can utilize Mailjet for email campaigns, event-triggered notifications, and standard transactional emails.

To integrate Pega Marketing with the Mailjet component:

  1. Download the Mailjet Connector from Pega Exchange.
  2. In the Designer Studio header, click the name of your current application, and click Definition to open the Application rule form.
  3. On the Definition tab, in the Enabled components section, click Manage components.
  4. Click Install new, select the file that you downloaded from Pega Exchange, and click Open.
  5. Select the Enabled check box to enable this component for your application, and click OK.
  6. In the list of enabled components, verify the Mailjet Connector and its version, and save your changes to the rule form.
  7. Now that the Mailjet Connector component is installed, a new Email account can be configured on the Outbound tab of the Email landing page. This landing page is accessible in the Pega Marketing portal via: Configuration > Settings > Channels > Email
  8. On the Email landing page, click Add new
  9. Select Mailjet from the list of Provider types.
  10. To configure the account, enter connection information provided by the email service provider.

For more information on configuring Email accounts, see the Pega Marketing User Guide on the Pega Discovery Network (PDN).

To configure the detection of bounce-backs and delivery tracking:

The Mailjet Connector includes a service for tracking bounce-backs and email deliveries. The ProcessEmailWebhookResponseInfo service is a REST service that supports the POST HTTP method. This service captures bounce-back occurrences for individual customers by updating customer data and Interaction History. If configured, this service captures deliveries for individual customers in Interaction History as well.

The URL pattern for this service is:


Specify this URL to be notified of email events by Mailjet. For more information see Mailjet API Documentation.

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