Manage multiple accounts with the same email
There is a way to create multiple logins for the same Mailgun account but we can't reuse an existing account. The error message is:
Error: Unable to invite user. User already exists
We need a way to manage multiple accounts under the same email, not having this is a total nightmare :\ We have this in Stripe, Twilio, SendGrid, Mailchimp, etc ...
There is no way I will ask my clients to forward me the "passcode" everytime I need to login on my client's account.
Cole Speelman commented
This is what I came here to recommend. I can't believe a "developer" account or "agency" type account hasn't been implemented for a service of this type/scale.
I'm finding myself adding domains to my own business account - breaking the arms length relationship I prefer to have with clients. They're now forced to change validation methods and API keys upon leaving our services.
To add to the problem, if we need to change an API key, we're switching the key on 18+ domains for our one account. Having one account / API key per client would help immensely.
If I *were* to help a small business client set up their account, I'd be forced to hold on to their password, or ask for that information whenever I need to log in, which is a terrible policy considering that passwords should be regularly changed. Adding to that complication is the fact that I can no longer recommend 2FA considering it would be an added hassle when logging in to a client's account.
It only makes sense that for a developer oriented service, you would offer the ability to manage client accounts without needing billing/personal information access.
Seriously considering other solutions as this is a real bummer for us. We don't send many emails, but mailgun's deliverability / validation is incredible. I just wish, every time I log in, that we had access to multiple accounts.
Josh Marshall commented
Is anyone at Mailgun taking these requests into consideration? I got sent here from MG support to get this issue reported.
Since Mailgun forced us to use 2FA it has become near impossible to support clients, let alone be able to set the initial configuration for them.
PointClick Digital commented
I suppose I can upvote this nearly 10 times with all of the emails I've needed to create to manage client accounts.
Mailgun - please add this feature. When I sign in, I could select which account to proceed to, MailChimp-style.
Tegan Dover commented
Yes Please!!!! We have to spin up new email addresses for each business vertical we bring on and it is a NIGHTMARE!!
Daron Robinson commented
Please bump this. This would definitely make nailgun a developer's choice. We need to be able to manage multiple accounts.
Right now I have to create multiple accounts per client.
Robin Sallis commented
This feature is a must-have if you want developers to refer clients to Mailgun.
It is crucial and it is bugging me a lot to handle multi projects.
We've just run into this as well - such a pain in the proverbial - the moment clients enable 2FA we can't provide support to them any more as we can never coordinate to get the second factor verified.
Ian Atkins commented
This is such a standard feature, I can't spin up an email account for every client I move to MailGun.
Yash Pal commented
This is a BLOCKER issue to me. Please resolve this.
It is a NIGHTMARE for us to manage our different user's Mailgun accounts when you globally restrict a Mailgun user to one Mailgun account.
PLEASE allow a single user to be invited to administrate MULTIPLE Mailgun accounts.
As more of the companies I work with show an interestest in Mailgun, this feature would definitely make my life easier! It would be nice if responses to my support tickets could be sent to ME instead of confusing the account owner.
Adrian Jones commented
Developers need this - please consider this a high priority request. As noted above, virtually all services have this feature these days and it is necessary with 2FA.
Adrian Jones commented
This is an absolutely critical feature - as a developer you need to be able to access all your clients accounts from own login, especially in the age of 2FA.
I couldn't believe it when I got the same error as noted above - every other web service I use allows this.
Thanks for considering this a high priority item.