SMTPeter allows you to set up feedback loops. These feedback loops can be used to receive realtime event notifications. Every time when something happens on the SMTPeter servers (like an incoming bounce, a failed delivery or when someone clicks on a link), SMTPeter makes a call to your server to notify you about this event.
The feedback is sent over the HTTP or HTTPS protocol using the HTTP POST mechanism. When you set up a feedback loop, you register a web address and specify the type of events that you are interested in. Once your URL has been validated, SMTPeter starts making calls to it.
Before you set up a feedback loop, please do make sure that your server is capable of handling the load. Especially the feedback loop that is called when someone opens a mail receives huge numbers of calls.
If you're not sure whether your server can handle the load, or when you do not need realtime feedback, you better use the REST API to periodically download the latest log files. The REST API gives you access to exactly the same data as the feedback loops, but you stay in control and you decide when to fetch the data.
Type of events
The following feedback loops can be used:
- Feedback loops for bounces
- Feedback loops for failures
- Feedback loops for clicks
- Feedback loops for opens
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