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Finding Your Unique Brivity Email for Email Parsing

Brivity allows you to send leads from 3rd party sources that support Meta Data in their emails, into your Brivity CRM. Your Brivity account, as well as each Brivity user, has a unique Brivity email address to use for email parsing. When a lead notification is sent to this unique Brivity email address the leads will automatically be entered into Brivity CRM. 

Note: this email address is for real estate lead notifications only, not for regular email. 

If you are the Account Owner or Admin you can set up email parsing for your Account and for Users in your Brivity account. If you have Agent access, you will only have the option to set up email parsing for your own account.

Get your unique Brivity Account email address (use this email address if you want these leads to follow your lead routing rules):

From your Brivity account, go to the upper-right corner of your account and drop down to Account. Choose the Lead Parsing tab and under 'Account Lead Parsing Email Address' click Copy. Then navigate to the desired 3rd party lead source website and paste this unique Brivity email address in the appropriate place - this will be where you have your current email address that you use to receive lead notifications.

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Get your unique Brivity User email address (use this email address if you are setting up email parsing for your own third party lead sources or if you are setting up your Agents email parsing for their own lead sources. When you use the Brivity user email address, leads that come in will bypass any routing rules and be sent directly to that agent):

From your Brivity account, go to the upper-right corner of your account and drop down to Account. Choose the Lead Parsing tab and under 'User Lead Parsing Email Addresses' click Copy. Then navigate to the desired lead source website and paste it in the appropriate place.

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