Post Office

Graphs

General graph

The outer circle of the general graph displays how many total messages were read
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green area

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and how many were unread
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gray area

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. To view statistics, hover the mouse cursor over the necessary area of the outer circle.

The inner circle of the general graph displays:

  • how many messages have been read and are still in the inbox
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    green area

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    ;
  • how many messages are unread and still in the inbox
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    gray area

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    ;
  • how many total messages were deleted
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    yellow area

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    ;
  • how many total messages were sent to spam
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    red area

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    .

To view statistics, hover the mouse cursor over the necessary area of the inner circle.

In-depth graphs

In-depth graphs display the same mailing statistics that the general graph shows, but in more detail.

The spam message graph shows:

  • how many messages were determined to be spam by Yandex.Mail's Spamoborona;
  • for how many messages personal filter criteria are set (“Personal spam”);
  • how many messages were sent to Spam before being read;
  • how many messages were sent to Spam after the message was read;

The deleted messages graph shows:

  • how many messages were deleted before being read;
  • how many messages were deleted after the message was read.

The read messages graph shows:

  • how many messages are still in the inbox;
  • how many messages were deleted after being read;
  • how may messages were marked as spam after being read.

The unread messages graph shows:

  • how many messages are still in the inbox;
  • how many messages were deleted before being read;
  • how may messages were marked as spam before being read.

Click on the necessary in-depth graph to view statistics. The corresponding areas will be automatically selected on the general graph.

The percentage in the center of each graph shows changes relative to current values.