Appendix A - Use Postman to generate a Parse Email Address

If you have never used Postman, you can downloaded it for free from


Click on the ‘GET’ drop down menu and select ‘POST’. And paste in Mailjet Parse Route URL:

The Mailjet Parse Route URL will parse the inbound emails and send the contents to another location – in this example Zapier.


Click on ‘Authorization’ from the menu bar and select ‘Basic Auth’.

And add your Mailjet API Key (Username) and Secret Key (Password) into the respective text boxes. You can find this information on your Mailjet API Key Management page.


Now you need to provide destination URL where the parsed email content should be sent. This URL is called a webhook URL which is provided by Zapier and can be found and copied directly from the bottom of your Zapier.

Click on the ‘Copy to clipboard’ button.


Go back to Postman page, and select ‘Body’ from the menu. Click on the ‘raw’ radio button and then select ‘JSON (application/json)’ from the drop down list.


Paste the webhook URL into the text editor. Add the following text around the webhook URL:


Then click on the ‘Send’ button.


Scroll down the screen to find your new parse email address!



The parse email address is quite long – please record it somewhere for safekeeping. ;)