Transactional When installed into an existing Laravel app, Mailcoach can log your transactional mails. You can also define and edit templates containing the style and content of transactional mails. ¶Are you a visual learner? This video shows you a general introduction to transactional mails. ¶Exploring the UI ¶Logging and tracking transactional mails When installed in a Laravel application, Mailcoach can log and display any sent mail in the UI. It can optionally track opens and clicks of those transactional mails. On the "Content" screen you can see the content of a mail. [transactional mails listransactional templates index t](/docs/laravel-mailcoach/v4/images/transactional/content.png) If you've enabled tracking, then the opens and clicks of a mail can be seen on the "Performance" screen. A transactional mail can be resent on the "Resend" screen. ¶Defining transactional mail templates On the "Templates" screen can define and edit templates containing the style and content of transactional mails. transactional templates index On the "Content" screen you can define the content of a transactional mail. You can define placeholders that users of the template can use. On the "Settings" screen of the template you can select the format of the template, and specify how it should be tracked. ¶Getting started To be able to use this functionality, a little PHP programming experience is required. You can find the technical steps in this section of the docs.