How to Check Status Of Emails Sent From Your WordPress Website

Are you trying to setup emails logging so that you can track and check status of the emails sent from your wordpress website. You can keep track of every email that’s sent out from your website by enabling the email logging. This will also help you to know the data and time email was sent, and if for some reason email was not delivered then you will see the status and reason why that email was not delivered to its recipient

We’ll show you how to set up WordPress Email logs with the WP Mail SMTP plugin in this post.

Why do I need to enable email logs?

Once you enable email logging, all of the emails that your website sends out are recorded in your WordPress server.

This might be beneficial if:

  • Using Form Notifications — Form notifications are sent to you when a form is filled in by someone. This is excellent if you automatically route emails to the right team member and keep up the leads
  • You can review the email logs to see which client/visitor have been sent which email or which team members have sent which emails — you can keep things organised by monitoring them.
  • Further details required– it allows you to see stuff like when you sent your email. In order to see other details including date and time the email was sent, you must view your email logs.
  • Make Certain That Emails Are Delivered– You can use email logging to confirm that an email has successfully been sent. You can check the status of the log if the visitor reaches you and says he did not receive an e-mail he expected In many instances, this is useful, specially if you activate User Activation by creating a user registration form.

Step 1. WP Mail SMTP Plugin Download:

First of all, download and activate the WP Mail SMTP plugin on your wordpress website.

The WP Mail SMTP team will be happy to do all this work for you. So if you want them to do that, check out the White Glove Setup option, in which your mailer configuration and testing is done by WP Mail SMTP Team.

When WP Mail SMTP plugin is activated, go to your dashboard in WordPress.

Step 2: Activate Email Logs for WordPress

Go to WP Mail SMTP » Settings from your WordPress dashboard. Then you need to click on the Email Log tab.

You can notice an option called Enable Log from the Email Log tab. It tracks any e-mail that you send from your website.

This Enable Log option includes details for every WordPress e-mail record:

  • Email Status (Lets you know if it was sent successfully)
  • Date and Time Sent
  • Subject Line
  • Recipient Email Address(es) (including CC and BCC)
  • From Email
  • Number of Attachments (In case you’ve set up your forms to accept multiple attachments)
  • Mailer Options Used
  • Additional Technical Details (such as content-type, MIME, etc.)

Go on and click the box next to “Enable Log”. Once this is chosen, a 2nd option is added to the Log Email Content option.

The content of the emails sent from your page will be stored in your “Log Email Content” option. You will find it together with the other information in the email record.

It is entirely upto you if you you want to activate “Log Email Content”. This is an optional feature and is not required for email logs to work.

Note: Please consider carefully if the Log Email Content option is actually required. All e-mail content is stored in the server of your page in plain text (not encrypted). Please learn more about protection for WordPress.

To activate WordPress e-mail logging, click on the Save Settings button.

Step 3: Display Email logs

Click on WP Mail SMTP » Email Log on the left of the WordPress Admin list to display your WordPress email logs. The most recent email correspondence are listed at the top.

Click on the subject if you want more information about a particular email. This opens a page for this particular email log.

Great job! The WordPress e-mail logs have been enabled and ready to use.

If you have any questions, dont forget to leave a message and we will get back to you.

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