MailTracker doesn’t store the email address of your recipient nor the content of the emails you send to them. The only information related to the recipients you send tracked emails to is:
- The date of the opening events happening on the tracked emails sent to them.
- The sending date of the tracked emails you send to them and these email’s identification numbers.
- In some cases, the IP address from which the recipient opened the tracked emails. The IP address is only partially stored to make sure it’s impossible to locate the recipients precisely (the last part of the IP address is replaced by “0”).
Therefore, MailTracker does not store any personally identifiable information about your recipients.
If you prefer not to activate the tracking on some of the emails you send, you can deactivate it.