Mailgun and WHMCS
Automate todo items for log data, email events, and more by using Zapier to connect WHMCS and Mailgun.
Mailgun and WHMCS
WHMCS is a client management software built for web hosting businesses. By connecting Mailgun and WHMCS, you can automate todo items for email events like bounce events, complaint events, and more.
WHMCS - WHMCS is an integrated CRM platform that helps web hosting companies automate their business by providing services like recurring billing, support, and invoicing. A highly customizable platform, WHMCS offers a wide range of integrations and automation tools.
Zapier - Zapier is an iPaaS provider that allows non-technical users to create connections between web apps using a simple interface. You will benefit from one of the largest app ecosystems, including over 500+ web apps to connect to, including Mailgun.
You can customize this integration with Triggers and Actions, including:
New Todo Item – in WHMCS.
Create Client – in WHMCS.
New Log Data – push events to other services.
Create Invoice – in WHMCS.
New Bounce Event – track bounce events via callback URL.
Create Ticket – in WHMCS.
New Complaint Event – track unsubscribe events via callback URL.
Send Email – via your Mailgun account.
New Delivery Event – track successful delivery events via callback URL.
New Mailing List Member – adds a new member to a mailing list.
New Failed Delivery Event – track failed delivery attempts via callback URL.
New Open/Click Event – webhook for tracking opens/clicks.
New Unsubscribe Event – track unsubscribe events via callback URL.
New List – when a new mailing list is added to your account.
Manage your contact lists without worrying about global data privacy regulations or data security. Mailgun is GDPR compliant and ISO 27001 certified, meaning that it guarantees an optimal level of email data privacy and security.
Connect Mailgun to WHMCS without any programming skills. Enjoy the benefits of workflow automation:
Step 1: Connect your Mailgun and WHMCS accounts in Zapier.
Step 2: Select the trigger app to kick off your automation.
Step 3: Pick your preferred action from the other app.
Step 4: Choose the data you want to send between the two apps.