Sent Mail History

Sent Mail History

Extension for Magento 1
This module allows you to view all emails sent by Magento. Check the receiver, when the e-mail was sent, and the content of the e-mail. You can also change the mail server used by Magento to send e-mails by SMTP protocol.

View all sent emails

This module allows you to view all emails sent by Magento in one grid. You can easily check which emails have been sent, including the receiver, the time the e-mail was sent and if there were any errors while sending.

Since Magento version 1.9.1, some e-mails are not sent directly, but they are collected in a queue and Magento sends them by a cron action. Using this module you can quickly see if your e-mail has been added to queue, if it's waiting in queue or if it's been sent.

Need more details ?

You can open any sent e-mail to see more details and content of the sent message.

This module can be very helpful if you need to investigate any issues found in your e-mails. You can easily check which action sent the email and which template has been used. You can also check for error messages when the system fails to send a message.

Confidential Emails

For security reasons, you can select which emails contain confidential data in the configuration. The content of these emails will not be saved in the history.

Auto removing old emails from history

E-mails older than 30 days (amount of days is configurable), are removed from history by a cron action.
Make sure that your cronjob is setup in your system.

Mail Transport Configuration

This module allows you to choose an outgoing mail server (Mail Transport Type).
You can select one of the options below:

  • PHP - PHP internal mail(): Use native Magento to send emails, by PHP internal mail() function.
  • SMTP - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol: Use SMTP protocol, you can set the configuration to use external e-mail services such as Gmail, Yahoo or any other.
  • File - Saves e-mail message to a file: Instead of sending e-mails, you can save the e-mail content into a file. This should be used for tests on local machines. Do not use this option on a live environment.
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