✉ Sendinblue SMTP A free alternative to Sendgrid mails by Reduble.com

Hi @rentquota,

Glad to hear that it is all working now. In case you will have any plugin related issues in the future, feel free to contact us here or also at support@zeroqode.com.

Have an amazing day :hugs:
Zeroqode Support Team!

Is there a way to send an SMTP + File to multiple emails? At the moment I can only send to a single e-mail, when I try to add 2 or more e-mails using dynamic data they are not delivered.

Hi @gpatog.gp,

Thank you for reaching out. :pray:

We are currently in the process of investigating this matter and will promptly provide you with an update as soon as we have more information.

In case you have other plugin-related questions, please let us know.

Have an amazing day,
Zeroqode Support Team!

Hi @gpatog.gp,
I hope you are doing well. :pray:

We’re glad to inform you that using the Plugin action SMTP email with a file for multiple recipients is possible.

All you have to do is, in the body of the ‘Send SMTP Mail + File’ action, send an array of email objects in the format {email: value, name: value}. See the screenshot below:

Hope this helps, let us know if you have other plugin-related questions.

Have an amazing weekend :hugs:
Zeroqode Support Team!

is there a way to do this without using the advanced method?

Hello @gpatog.gp,
Thank you for getting in touch with us!

This method is currently the safest and most efficient way to achieve your desired result. Although it might seem a bit complex initially, it becomes simple upon closer analysis. Just follow the screenshot from the previous message and replicate it in your application.

Give it a try and enjoy the result. :hugs:

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

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Hello, thank you for this great plugin!

Is there a way to do not display “via sendinblue.com” after the recipient email ?

Thank you for your help :pray:

Hello @mossoc99,
Thank you for reaching out.

The “via sendinblue.com” is due to the domain in the DKIM signature and can’t be changed on the plugin side.
It ensures email authenticity.

If you require any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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How can I send to multiple emails using dynamic data? Like, I want to deliver an e-mail with a file to every user email registered on the company (my app has a lot of companies registered with multiple users each). Should I use something like “Companies’s users:each item’s email”?

Hello @gpatog.gp ,
I’m sorry for the delay in replying due to the weekend.

Yes, you can send multiple emails by inserting dynamic data (emails).
Emails are saved in the Bubble database so you can easily retrieve the information by searching the address (Do a search for…)

As you can see in the screenshot below, instead of Input value or some static emails like example@email.com you can search by the current email of the user and in your case mention “Company users:email of each item”

Hope it helps, let me know if you have other plugin-related questions.

I attempted to send multiple emails, but unfortunately, they aren’t being delivered. Interestingly, when I send emails to companies that have only one email registered, it does work. Please check my configuration and the console debug below. I’m unsure of what I might be doing wrong. Can you help me troubleshoot this issue?


Hello @gpatog.gp ,
Thank you for sharing more information with us.

We are sorry if our previous message was misleading.
After a thorough review with our developer team, it appears that our plugin does not offer a direct option for this functionality.

However, there is a workaround that might serve your purpose.
We recommend checking out the following discussion thread for further details: Sendinblue plugin (send multiple recipients) - #3 by serviluvapp

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to ask.

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Is there an option to CC other emails or BCC? In case there is not, do you foresee a solution?

Thank you in advance

Hello @rentquota,

Thank you for reaching out to us!

To include CC or BCC addresses in your email, you’ll need to utilize the advanced version of our actions. This advanced functionality allows you to modify the action’s “body” and incorporate additional information such as CC and BCC addresses.

For detailed instructions, please refer to the Brevo documentation, where you can select the relevant fields that align with your specific use case. Furthermore, below, we provide an example of the data that should be included in the “body” field.

Regular E-Mail body with CC and BCC
	"sender": {
		"name": "me",
		"email": "no-reply@myshop.com"
	"to": [{
		"email": "kate2881@example.com",
		"name": "Kate"
	"bcc": [{
		"email": "helen9766@example.com"
	}, {
		"email": "helen9766@example.com",
		"name": "Helen"
	"cc": [{
		"email": "ann6533@example.com",
		"name": "Ann"
	"subject": "test cc bcc",
	"htmlContent": "<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <h1>Confirm you email</h1> <p>Please confirm your email address by clicking on the link below</p> </body> </html>"

Should you have any further inquiries or require assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, either here or via email at support@zeroqode.com.

Our warmest wishes for a delightful holiday season ahead! :hugs::santa:

Maybe this is a solution for you too? It seems you could at least send the email to 3 different emails putting one email in each field :smiley:

Hello @rentquota,

We’re not entirely clear on your question, so could you please rephrase it for better understanding?

Regarding the advanced function, you have the flexibility to include multiple email addresses for CC or BCC. For comprehensive instructions on how to configure this, we recommend referring to the original documentation attached in our previous reply. On the Brevo documentation website, you can easily add as many CC or BCC addresses as needed, and on the right-hand side, you will find the body code that manages these settings.

Wishing you a wonderful day! :hugs:

Hello @ZeroqodeSupport

In the SMTP Mail + Template, when an email is sent, the sender name is automatically displayed as the first part of the sender’s email address. Currently, there is no option to input or customize the sender’s name separately. For instance, if you send an email from Test@gmail.com, the sender’s name will appear as “Test.”

Any help would be much appreciated


Hello @anwar_choudhury,

Please accept our apologies for the late reply. :pray:

To input the sender’s name separately, please use the advanced action:

If you have any further questions, please let us know.

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team


It seems that when I send an email with the “email+ template” when I put the name in the “params_user” the name doesn’t show up in the mail, I’ve read the documentation on the plugin page, and put the {{params.name}} but it just don’t work…

Also when this issue is solved I’d like to send a mail with a link to one of the pages of my bubble website, and when the user click on the button in the mail, I want to be able to know that the user with THIS email has clicked, I want to be able to identify him, do you know how to do this?


Hello @etaqio, :wave:

Please accept our apologies for the delayed reply. :pray:

Regarding your issue with not displaying the name in the email, it sounds like there might be a syntax or configuration issue. When you use {{params.name}} in your template, ensure that the name you’re passing in the params_user matches exactly, including case sensitivity. For example, if your parameter in the action is { “name”: “John” }, your template should correctly display this with {{params.name}}. Double-check the parameter name and the template syntax. If the issue persists even after checking the syntax and parameters, please provide some additional details about your setup (steps how to recreate the bug), also some screenshots or Loom video deminstating the issue would be great.

For tracking which specific user clicked on the link, you can include a unique identifier in the link itself. Here’s some general guidance how you could possibly achieve that:

  1. Append a unique identifier (like the user’s email or a unique ID from your database) as a query parameter in the link you’re sending in the email. For example: https://yourwebsite.com/page?user=email@example.com.

  2. On your Bubble website, you can capture the query parameter when the page loads and use it to identify the user. You can then record this action in your database as a “click” event associated with the user’s email or ID.

  3. Important: Ensure you comply with privacy regulations (like GDPR) when tracking user actions in this manner. Inform users that their interactions with emails may be tracked for your records or analytics.

Hope this helps, and if you have any more questions or need further clarification, feel free to ask!

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team.