Mailsac integrates email seamlessly with Slack, using Slack webhooks. It works even on a free Slack workspace. Using a Mailsac private email address, you can configure forwarding messages directly to a Slack channel.
Create Slack Application
All configuration steps in this section take place on Slack’s website. You will need a Slack username and workspace setup.
1. Define an app name for your workspace in the Slack API portal.
2. Configure Webhooks for your new Slack app
A. Select your new Slack app from from this list.
B. Select Incoming Webhooks from the Add features and functionality dropdown.
C. Toggle Activate Incomming Webhooks to switch on and select Add New Webhook to Workspace.
D. Configure the Webhook Slack channel by selecting the channel you want the Mailsac Webhook to post to.
E. Copy Webhook URL
Configure Mailsac Email Address to Forward Messages to Slack
1. To configure Slack integration, select settings for your private email address from the Mailsac console.
2. Paste Webhook URL (from Slack’s Create Application UI) into the Slack Webhook box.
3. Send a test email to your Mailsac private address. It should post to the Slack channel.
If messages are not being forwarded, you can check Recent Mail Activity Log under the Usage section of the Mailsac dashboard.
Test Slack Webhook
swaks --server capture.mailsac.com:5587 --to email@example.com \ --from firstname.lastname@example.org --auth-user $MAILSAC_USERNAME \ --auth-pass $MAILSAC_API_AKI
If Slack is not receiving the webhook, additional debugging information is available in Recent Activity.