Show Microsoft SQL Server data in Gmail

FactBranch loads fresh customer data from your Microsoft SQL Server database and displays it to your agents and sales reps.

Connect Gmail to Microsoft SQL Server

Your 14-day trial is free and you don't need a credit card to sign up.

Companies of all sizes and from around the world love FactBranch.

Works on your phone too

FactBranch also loads in your mobile Gmail app.

Search by email address and more

  • Email address
  • Order ID
  • Customer ID
  • Extracted from email text

FactBranch extracts the sender's email address and optionally order IDs or customer IDs from the message in Gmail using Regular Expressions. Use placeholders in your SQL Server query to access these fields in your query and construct WHERE-clauses.

Get started in 3 easy steps

1

Connect FactBranch to your SQL Server database

Our setup wizard helps you connect to your database.

2

Tell FactBranch what to display in Gmail

Write the SQL query and design the output.

3

Install the FactBranch app in Gmail

Helpful resources

Tutorials and documentation that help you connect FactBranch to Microsoft SQL Server and display the results in Gmail.

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FactBranch loads fresh data for every request

FactBranch runs your query every time a user opens our app in Gmail to get the freshest data directly from your SQL Server database. There are no caching or syncing intervals with FactBranch.

GDPR and CCPA ready

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