Email Reports – Sent tracks the emails sent to your subscription list.

For full information on the Filtering features of the Email reports, see Filtering Dashboard Reports.

The graph defaults to the most recent 7 days of sent data. If you choose a different time frame for your Sent report, it will change to reflect the report time frame.

Sent Email Report - Past 7 days

The Search bar now allows you to search for Sent emails based on the recipient’s email address or based on a specific domain, such as Sent Email Search field
The Date range allows you to select both date and time.  You can also select a range of hours within a single day.  Use the calendars and time scroll bar to select the date and time.  The field will not accept a typed date/time entry.

TIP:  Searching on a shorter time window returns a smaller, more timely report. Smaller reports also respond faster and download faster than large reports. For example, four weekly reports should respond and download faster than one monthly report.

Define the scope of the report
All Sent records display in one view.  The total Sent count is included at the top of the chart. Detail records will display for up to the past 30 days, while the total Sent count is accurate for up to 3 years of data.  As you scroll down the page, it will populate with the individual detail records. Email Search Results
The detail records table columns do not allow sorting. They are listed in date ascending order with the oldest record first. Sent Email Report columns
Click the Export Results button to save information into a CSV file. You can import the data into a spreadsheet or database program for further data manipulation. Export_Results
Note: Due to the evolving behaviors of various email clients, metrics may be recorded differently depending on the client the recipient is using. For example, mail opened in Outlook, or other Microsoft variants, will be tracked as having been Open and Seen, but never Skimmed or Read.

Advanced Search Features

To use the advanced search features, click the words Advanced Search in blue on the far right side of the page.
If you have defined custom X-Header fields, they will appear in the Advanced Search, each represented by an input field with the name of the X-Header. The X-Header search allows for searching by up to four X-Header fields.

The system stores and displays up to 500 characters for each X-Header value, for reporting purposes only.  X-Headers and their values are kept intact within emails that are processed and sent.

Note: When setting X-Header values, it is important to avoid using the greater than (<) and lesser than (>) symbols in your X-Header values. A valid X-Header value looks like this: “some_xheader_value_string_here”
Sender allows you to receive all email sent by a specific approved sender account. Leave it blank to receive all mail sent during the time frame. Email Sent Report Advanced Search fields