Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately, setting up this functionality from WebUI would require additional development.
Otherwise, you could try setting up an email transfer using the msmtp package and custom scripting. Usually, custom scripts are beyond the scope of the technical assistance that we provide, however, here are some suggestions on what you could try doing.
To install msmtp package, log into devices CLI, then in the command line write these commands: opkg update, after it executes write opkg install msmtp. By doing this you have installed the msmtp package into the device. How to set up and use msmtp could be found here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/msmtp
To get traffic data and write it to a file you could use this command in devices CLI:
ifconfig -a wwan0 | grep bytes >> examplemail.txt
To send an email with the data from this file you could use this command (use destination email address instead of email@example.com): cat examplemail.txt | msmtp -a default firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to automate this task you could use crontabs. More information about crontabs could be found here: https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/Crontabs
In addition, to reset transmitted traffic data device should be rebooted, or you could look into the end of the examplemail.txt file and subtract the data amount from the last day‘s amount.
As mentioned previously, if a fully functional solution that would be built into the firmware is required, this would require additional development and you would need to contact us directly at: