Don't miss Pepperi Web Admin version 8.41 new features and enhancements. Read on!
- Send Pepperi emails from your own email domain
- Broader ePayment support - Authorize.Net
- Ability to test Pepperi ePayment in provider's sandbox
- Form configuration simplified. No more dragging!
- Additional configuration of email invitation sent to Storefront B2B buyers
Send Pepperi emails from your own email domain
Emails sent from Pepperi can now be sent from your own domain with your own "From" and "Reply to" address.
You can configure Pepperi to use your own SMTP server for Transaction and Activity PDFs, notifications and invitations that are sent by email.
To configure go to: Settings -> Company Profile -> Email Settings
Select "Custom SMTP"
Display Name - the name that will be displayed as the sender of the email
Email - the email of the sender (will be the From and Reply to address)
SMTP Server - your SMTP server name
Port - the port your SMTP server functions on
User name and password of the user required to authenticate the connection to the SMTP server.
Select a Security mode - SMTPS or STARTTLS
To test the SMTP server connection click Test Email and enter an email recipient to send the test to.
For more details click here: Email Settings
ePayment support for Authorize.Net
Since releasing support for ePayment within Pepperi, we are continuously broadening our support for ePayment providers.
In addition to the existing PayPal and eWay, we now support payment via Authorize.Net.
Customers can make payments for orders and you can track payment status in Pepperi dashboards.
For configuration details see: ePayment in Pepperi
Ability to test Pepperi ePayment in provider's 'sandbox'
When configuring ePayments it is important to be able to test the payments with your ePayment providor. You can test the payments within Pepperi against your payment provider's sandbox environment before going live and processing payments in the provider's production environment.
Just select "Test mode" when entering your ePayment configuration and enter the sandbox credentials you received from your provider.
When you are ready to switch to your production credentials just de-select Test mode and enter your production credentials.
Form configuration no longer a 'drag'
No more dragging fields to your form layouts. For all Pepperi forms, you can now add fields by simply clicking on the "+". The field will be added to the end of the form. Then you may position the field wherever you like within the form.
Additional configuration of email invitation to Pepperi Storefront B2B buyers
You can now add your own link to the email invitation sent to your customers to Pepperi's Storefront for self-service B2B ordering.
When connecting a customer as a buyer you can edit the bottom of the email to include a link. See below.
For details on inviting customers to Pepperi Storefront (Web and Mobile): How to connect / disconnect customers to Self-service ordering