I think this is not how it works in most cases though? I cannot remember ever getting an email notifying me i wasn't given a job, back when i was hunting jobs. And I applied to quite a lot of them. I kinda just learned to take absence of response as a "no".
If you wanted to know how things went you would have to call the company. Back in the old day that was a good way to show higher interest in the position so it is something people frequently advice young adults to do when hunting jobs... problem is the market has changed and calling them reads as nagging now, rendering you less desirable as an employee. A lot of companies now strictly say they only want emails or want all applications in their web form. If you call them instead to try to be more personal, or go there in person, you will be told to use their preferred method and possibly even be immediately ruled out on the basis of being too pushy and wasting their time. Only a few smaller companies, usually run by older owners, will specifically ask for applicants to contact them via phone.
And it goes the other way too. Workhunters don't want an inbox full of rejection letters, because every ping they get is a potential job interview offer. So when they look and see a rejection, it just kills their motivation. And once again, wastes their time.
This turned into a big rant lol but basically jobhunting doesn't look like it used to.