This way, your customers will only ever see your brand. The access points are account creation, login, and SMTP/API access.
There are two ways to provide custom branded browser-based access points. The first way uses a CNAME record to white-label the URL of the login screen and allows you to set your own logo. This video shows you how.
This video shows you how.
The obvious benefit to this approach is that you can easily build your own menu and footer around the container div.
Here are the scripts used in the video:
Your customer's accounts are also known as "sub-accounts". And there are two ways to create sub-accounts.
In your main account, go to your Sub Account Management Screen and manually create a sub-account.
This guide goes into more detail on sub-accounts and how to create and manage them from within the UI.
The second method for creating sub-accounts is by using the "create sub-account" API call /account/addsubaccount
This method is more advanced and will require a custom integration on your own website. However, it will allow you to automate the account creation process for your customers.
Whitelabeling the SMTP/API access points is fairly easy. Just create two new CNAME records in your domain's DNS. We recommend using the 'SMTP' and 'smtp25' and point them at smtp.elasticemail.com and smtp25.elasticemail.com respectively.
This video will show you how.
Additionally, there are a couple of ways for customers to be redirected back to your website once they have access and are logged in. If your website offers a payment gateway or supports portal, then you can white-label certain links within the UI.