Salesforce Marketing Cloud Integration Setup

Use our integration with Salesforce Marketing Cloud (SFMC) to deliver engaging email experiences to your customers. This guide will outline the steps to find all the information needed to integrate your Salesforce Marketing Cloud account to Dyspatch.

Finding your Account MID

The following section will outline where to find your Marketing Cloud Identification (MID) number. Each Marketing Cloud business unit will have its own associated MID. If your team has multiple business units across your SFMC account, you will need to integrate each unit into Dyspatch.

Upon logging into your SFMC account, hover over the account name at the top right hand corner beside your user login.

Hovering over account name and showing the MID

Finding your Client ID, Client Secret, and Authentication Base URI

Hover over your email address and select Setup.

Finding the setup option under the drop down menu when hovering over email address

On the setup page, expand the Apps option and select Installed Packages.

Showing where installed packages option lives within the setup section

Click New, and add a Name and Description to set up a new package.

Modal pop up where you can name your new package and add a description

Once your package has been created, we can now add components to this package. Click Add Component.

For the component type, we will want to select the API Integration option, and the integration type will be Server-to-Server.

Lastly, for the component, we will want to configure the properties which will allow Dyspatch to connect to SFMC.

The minimum required properties to allow Dyspatch to export emails:


  • Email
    • Read, Write


  • Documents and Images
    • Read, Write
  • Saved Content
    • Read, Write
Modal popup displaying the required properties in SFMC setup

Once these have been configured, click Save.

After creating your component, you will now be presented with the Client ID, Client Secret, Authentication Base URI, which you can use to integrate the two accounts together.

View of API settings displaying client ID, client secret, and authentication base uri

Authentication Base URI

Dyspatch only requires the subdomain to be added in the Authentication Base URI field. Using this example:, the subdomain value would be abcd89fefg12f1mj4356-a78d9e.

Highlighting the subdomain in the authentication base uri

Connecting your SFMC to Dyspatch

Now that you have the values we need from SFMC, we can add the integration in Dyspatch.

Navigate to the Integration page via the Administration dashboard. Select Add Integration, and fill in the fields with the values.

  • Choose an Integration: Salesforce Marketing Cloud
  • Account MID: 123456789 (Locate your MID)
  • Localize Exports by: Language Only (en) OR Locale + Language (en-US)
  • SFMC Attribute Name (Optional): Name of column that holds the preferred subscriber locale
  • Short Description: Descriptive name to let other team members know what SFMC account this is
Modal in Dyspatch displaying step 1 for fields required

From our example, the values we would need are:

  • Client ID: abcde12345fghij67890klmno
  • Client Secret: 12345abcde67890fghij1234
  • Authentication Base URI: abcd89fefg12f1mj4356-a78d9e

Click here for steps on how to locate your team's Client ID, Client Secret, and Authentication Base URI.

Modal in Dyspatch displaying step 2 for fields required

Once you have completed the fields, select Add Integration.

That’s it! You can now create a new template in Dyspatch and export directly to your SFMC account. Your exported templates will appear in your SFMC Email Studio

Once your new integration has been set up, you will be able to export your templates to Salesforce Marketing Cloud directly from Dyspatch.

Learn More

Read more about working with Salesforce Marketing Cloud in Dyspatch on our Salesforce Marketing Cloud Integration page.

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