Orders placed in ACME automatically trigger a confirmation email to the Order Contact via SendGrid. SendGrid handles the email triggered by ACME until it reaches the recipient's email server. Once it is connected to that email server, the customer's email provider handles final delivery to their inbox (or spam box, or other filters; see this SendGrid article about Email messages with the “Delivered” status are not received).
An order's email confirmation delivery status can be viewed on the "Email Status" tab of the Order Summary (set in Administration>Email when SendGrid tracking is turned on):
For more information about resending order confirmation emails, please see our guide on Sending an Email Confirmation for an ACME Order.
SendGrid Statuses and their Meanings
|Processed||Message has been received and is ready to be delivered.|
|Delivered||Message has been successfully delivered to the receiving server. This status does not guarantee that the email was placed in the recipient’s inbox.|
|Opened||Recipient has opened the HTML message. You need to enable Open Tracking for getting this type of event (set in Administration>Email when SendGrid tracking is turned on).|
|Deferred||Recipient’s email server temporarily rejected message (sometimes called a soft bounce). SendGrid will continue to attempt delivery for 72 hours; after 72 hours, the deferral turns into a block.|
|Dropped||This informs your system when an email has been dropped or blocked (for example, if the account has unsubscribed previously, or a spam filter blocks it).|
|Bounced||Receiving server could not or would not accept message. Bounces often are caused by outdated or incorrectly entered email addresses.|
|Spam Report||Recipient marked message as spam.|
|Unsubscribe||Indicates that an email has unsubscribed from mailings from your organization.|
|Clicked||If click tracking is enabled, this status indicates that the recipient clicked on a link within the message. Click tracking is not available with ACME-generated emails.|
- Emails from ACME Not Delivering to Inbox
- The Nine Events of Email - SendGrid article
- Delivered, Bounced, Blocked, and Deferred Emails: What Does It All Mean? - SendGrid article