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Mailbutler's powerful email tracker notifies you when someone opens your email or clicks your links, so you can prioritize, schedule follow-ups, and reach out when they're most engaged. It even shows you advanced insights such as location, device, and response time to help you optimize each email's timing. Mailbutler is the ace up the sleeves of over 100k successful sales reps and business development teams - are you ready to join them?
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Mailbutler's Email Tracking is a feature that has helped me loads. Part of my job has me sending cold emails. I always adjust my follow-up emails depending on whether the person has read the previous email or not.
Moritz Born, Marketing Consultant, 138 Alternatives
The read receipts tracking feature of Mailbutler is my favorite. It integrates seamlessly with notifications, letting you know that your customers and coworkers on the topics you are still missing. Especially for multi-project managers with a lot of emails super helpful. Mailbutler makes you look good in front of customers.
Michael Pohl, Marketing Account Director
We work long and obscure hours in the music industry, often based in different time zones. Having the lovely blue ticks when someone opened an email is fantastic. I can focus while Mailbutler looks after my mail. It relieves me of stress. I joke that Mailbutler is the best employee in the world - it does what I ask!
Alexandra Bartles, Owner, Dance Music Production
How do I get started with Mailbutler's Email Tracking?
Mailbutler is an extension available for Apple Mail and Gmail. To get started, sign up for a free account, and you will automatically begin your trial. Check out this quick start guide on how to set up Mailbutler, or contact us if you have any questions.
How does Mailbutler’s Email Tracking tool work with Apple Mail and Gmail?
With Mailbutler, you'll never let any opportunity slip through the cracks! Mailbutler sends you a notification and shows a double checkmark in your Sent folder when your recipient has opened the email, and a single check mark in case the email hasn’t been opened yet. Easily get read receipts for all your emails delivered to you real time.
How can I find out if someone clicked on my email link with Mailbutler's email tracker?
Apart from open tracking, Mailbutler also lets you track email links. Gain insight on how your recipients are actually interacting with your email. Link Tracking allows you to see when, on which device, and how many times the recipient clicked on a link or file in your email.
What else can I track in my emails with Mailbutler to improve my communication?
Mailbutler also gives you valuable Tracking Details to help you better plan your next steps. Check out what Tracking Details offers.
Is the content of my tracked emails shared with third parties?
Absolutely not, your privacy is preserved and protected. Unlike many email tracking softwares, Mailbutler does not route your emails through external servers, which risk data leaks and insecured connections.
Where can I use Mailbutler's email tracking tool?
Mailbutler is an all-in-one productivity extension tool for your email client. At the moment Mailbutler supports Apple Mail and Gmail.
How does email tracking work?
If you activate the email tracking for a specific email, Mailbutler automatically include a hidden 1-pixel image with a unique mail-ID into the outgoing mail. Once the recipient opens your email, the recipient’s mail client or web service sends a request to our server in order to load the hidden 1-pixel image. Our servers then collect and store the mail-ID and the date/time of such request. We, in turn, pass on the date/time and mail-ID to your Mailbutler software where it is linked to the specific email and enables the Mailbutler software to display the second checkmark in the Sent folder.