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Gmail to Salesforce Browser Button for Firefox




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Browser buttons can easily be added to your browser’s toolbar. When using Gmail, simply click the Gmail to Salesforce browser button to send the email and automatically copy it as an activity on related lead and contact records inside Salesforce.

  • Instantly copy your Gmail messages in to Salesforce
  • Associate your Gmails as activities on related leads and contacts
Built on top of the Email to Salesforce feature, the Gmail Browser Button allows users to BCC their unique Email to Salesforce address and send a Gmail with the click of a button.


  • Compatible with Professional, Enterprise, Unlimited, Developer, and Performance EditionsProfessional & Up
  • Apps, tabs, and objects in this package don't count against org limitsNo Limits

Contents of managed packages don't count against your org's app, tab, and object limits. Contents of unmanaged packages count against these limits, so check your org before installing.Package Contents

  • Custom Objects: 0
  • Custom Applications: 1
  • Custom Tabs: 1

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Additional Information

Package Name
Add Gmail to Salesforce Setup
1.2 / 1.2
First Release
Latest Release
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