Connect Elastic Email with MillionVerifier

Learn how to connect your Elastic Email account with MillionVerifier step by step

Written by Csilla Fehér I

What is integration? Why is it useful for you?

With our ready-to-use integrations, you can import your contacts from Elastic Email for email verification.


Importing your contacts from Elastic Email means you may verify all your emails and take action according to the results with just a couple of clicks.

How can you integrate Elastic Email with MillionVerifier?

You first have to select Email Verification in the MillionVerifier application’s menu and find the Integration option, or you can click here so we can directly lead you there.


If you cannot find Elastic Email on the list, click on “Show more" to see all the tools. 

Elastic Email show more on integration list in MillionVerifier

To generate the integration, click on "Connect" under Mailjet. 

Elastic Email connect integration in MillionVerifier

A pop-up will ask for your Elastic Email API Key. To find your key, you have to log in to your Elastic Email account and click on "Settings" on the left side of the page. 

Elastic Email settings for API Key for MillionVerifier

Here, under the "API" option, click on "Manage API Keys". 

Elastic Email Manage API Key for MillionVerifier

Then, you will have to generate an API key by clicking on "Create". 

Elastic Email create API Key for MillionVerifier integration

Then, give a name to your API Key and set the Permissions to "Full Access". After this, click on "Create" again. 

Elastic Email API Key name for MillionVerifier integration

Then, copy the API key and paste it to the MillionVerifier application's pop-up. 

Elastic Email copy API Key for MillionVerifier integration

You can also add any comment you would like to your Elastic Email API Key. Once you paste your keys, click on "Save and connect".  

Elastic Email paste API Key for MillionVerifier integration

To see how to import emails from your Elastic Email email list and take action in MillionVerifier. please click here.

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