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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.

Event name v1.4.5+ v2.1+
NewsletterStudio.Services.SendNewsletterService.SendningInitializing Yes Yes
NewsletterStudio.Services.SendNewsletterService.Sent Yes Yes
NewsletterStudio.Services.SendNewsletterService.SendingUnique Yes Yes
NewsletterStudio.Services.SendNewsletterService.SentUnique Yes Yes
NewsletterStudio.Infrastucture.Services.TrackingService.AddingTrackingEvent n/a Yes
NewsletterStudio.Infrastucture.Services.TrackingService.AddedTrackingEvent n/a Yes
NewsletterStudio.Infrastucture.Services.TrackingService.Unsubscribing n/a Yes
NewsletterStudio.Infrastucture.Services.TrackingService.Unsubscribed n/a Yes

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:

NewsletterStudio.Services.SendNewsletterService.Sent +=
    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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