Your WordPress sites send out emails all the time such as new user registrations, lost passwords, RafflePress updates or Advanced Ads statistics. However, your sites are sending even more important emails such as form notifications or order confirmations for WooCommerce stores for instance. If you want more information about the emails you send, you’ll need WP Mail SMTP along with its powerful email log feature.
Do you want to know the dates and times your emails were sent? Have they been delivered, and if not, what’s the status? Did the right email make it to the right person? What about attachments and technical details such as content-type, MIME, and more? Questions over questions, but there’s a simple solution: Email logging with WP Mail SMTP.
You can set it up with just three simple steps:
- Install the WP Mail SMTP plugin
- Enable email logging
- View detailed logs at WP Mail SMTP > Email Log
WP Mail SMTP by WPForms allows you to keep a record of every email sent out from your WordPress blog or WooCommerce store.
PS: WP Mail SMTP works just fine with Amazon SES to send emails in a reliable and cost-effective way.