Allow exporting logs
how do i get a detailed spread sheet of my logs i can download
for example today I have 1949,852 and 206 permanent errors
how do i get those email addresses and the reasons
the export supressions for the day only gives me 21 records
i am not unwilling to upgrade but i don't want a dedicated IP THANK YOU
Bobby Brown commented
You can use Skyvia to allow exporting Mailgun logs: https://skyvia.com/data-integration/mailgun-csv-file-import-and-export. Skyvia is a cloud tool for automatic Mailgun CSV import/export with powerful transformations. You can also export Mailgun ListMembers, Templates, Tags, etc. to CSV automatically on a schedule.
Adam Rogers commented
Should be able to export logs. I want a list of all failed recipients, not just bounces.
Jeffrey Boone commented
As a consumer, I need to be able to produce a reliable list of email addresses that did not receive an email from a given set of batches (ie. domain + tag + timeframe), regardless if it was because of a permanent fail/bounce, soft-fails & timeout, delayed bounce, suppression, etc. Understandably, I would need to wait until the batches have completed or timed out before producing this extract.
I would like to see an option to apply a filter to the events in the front-end (as I can do already), and then download the details of all the returned log entries as a CSV file.
For instance, if I look for permanent fails for one domain over a short timeframe, I'd like the ability to export the timestamps, addresses, event type, and related messages to a CSV file. The same would go for any temporary failures, deliveries, etc.
I would also like that download option to be for all matching entries; not just those displayed on the current screen or limited by API result size. For example, if I have 100,000 log entries that match the criteria, I'd like to see all 100,000 in the one CSV file. Understandably, that may need to be sent to a background processing thread, similar to how the bounce export is currently done.
The extract should include any email addresses that were already rejected because of a prior filter in Mailgun (ie. hard-bounces or complaints), as well as any that had a delayed bounce.
Thank you! :)
Ihor Vansach commented
Navigate to Sending > Suppressions there you can export Bounces, Complaints, Unsubscribers
A Client can send hundreds of emails or even thousands of emails.
There is always a need to process the logs and also it is not convenient to see thousands of emails in a paginated view of 25 records.
Therefore, is is absolutely essential to have an option to export the logs to a csv or xls file.
Scott Carter commented
Kind of stunned that you can't export logs. Wow.
Shea Johns commented
An export to CSV would be a great help. Being limited to 4 columns and having to switch back and forth is a huge time suck.
Phil Bacon commented
Just a simple CSV export please!
I really don't understand how this isn't a feature. Great product, but this is a huge miss.
Darryl Wright commented
export logs to csv for download!
We need to keep our email logs forever, it would be important to be able to download all logs before they are removed (max logging is only 30days?)
Hi, is there a way to export your logs to excel? It's very hard to analyze right now.
Many thanks. Marcin
Moshe Gorin commented
Definitely need this!! essential
I would love if it would be possible to export logs. For example, I would like to export unsubscribed users, so the I could remove them from my internal list as well.
Pablo Ramírez Ortiz commented
A way to donwload the logs
J. S. Allen commented
Why is there no export button to dump these out to a CSV?
Accounts Payable commented
It would be a nice feature if the log could be downloaded. Thanks.
Greg Smith commented
Is there a way to download the delivery status reports?
John Campbell commented
Hi I would love to be able to download logs to a csv for further analysis
Mikheil Tetradze commented
Please Help need export LOGS mail from mailgun