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    22 comments  ·  Feature Requests » Dev Suggestion  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Chris Moyer commented  · 

    And the ability to reset them... right now I can't even do that. What happens when my API key gets stolen?

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    Chris Moyer commented  · 

    According to Mailgun:

    This is a known behavior. It is caused due to how Google caches images. A tracking pixel pic is used in the email to capture the open event. Gmail handles images by first submitting them through Google’s image proxy servers. So whenever an open occurs for Google mailboxes it logs the location on one of Google's servers.

    This can be easily seen by querying the Logs, and checking the "client_type" and "client_device" fields that are parsed in Webhooks for Open/Closed statistics.

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