In UniOne, statistics can be obtained in several different ways:

  • Statistics section
  • Dashboard on the main page
  • Webhook API

Statistics section

If you need detailed visual statistics, then open "Statistics" menu section in UniOne control panel.

In the delivery report, you can see the success of your mailing for the last month broken down into different sections - taking into account the sending address and the delivery domain, with daily or hourly details, the absolute number of all events or only unique reads / transitions.

In the non-delivery report, you can study the reasons for any non-deliveries in the last month to understand how to fix the situation. Here, too, there is the possibility of filtering by sending address or domain, there is also a daily or hourly detailing. And don't forget that UniOne also provides you with the ability to view last week's SMTP error messages directly from the recipient servers for each individual email on the Delivery Issues page.


When you log in, you will see the latest deliverability summary on the home page. It is simple, in comparison with the statistics section - the data is shown only for the last week and without the possibility of filtering. But on the other hand, it is updated in real time, in contrast to the more functional, but slightly lagging statistics section.

Webhook API

If you need both real-time and the most detailed information at the same time, then you can connect through the Webhook API notifications about all events that occur with each email you send. This includes e.g. the links clicked, information about the user's browser or responses from SMTP servers. To do this, you will need to program a notification handler, but with detailed documentation this is not so difficult, and we recommend this method to you if you are looking to develop a serious solution. Benefits include:

  • Unlimited storage time - you decide how much to keep.
  • Any analytical slices are based on the most complete raw data - load them into your favourite analytical system and process them as you want.
  • Data in real time - you can build on them your own trigger system of reactions to the actions of your users.