Since version 1.4.5 and 2.1 Newletter Studio contains some events that you as a developer can use when you develop your solutions.
The easiest way to use the events is to just type the full class name and press "Tab" in Visual Studio, but here are a code example of how an implementation might look:
delegate(object sender, NewsletterSentEventArgs args)
// Get id like this
int? nodeId = args.Newsletter.ContentNodeId;
// Do something cool
Another example of how to hook up to an event can be found on GitHub.
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