Webhooks for deliveries
If you set up a Webhook for deliveries, SMTPeter notifies you in real-time about each delivery. For each delivery that we monitor we send a HTTP POST call (HTTPS is possible too) to your server with the relevant information about the delivery.
With each POST call the following variables are passed to your script:
|id||Unique identifier of the message that was delivered|
|recipient||Email address of the receiver|
|time||Unix time when the message was delivered|
|timestamp||Timestamp when the message was delivered (YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS)|
|code||Status code from the receiving mail server|
|extended||Extended status code from the receiving mail server|
|description||Server message from the receiving mail server|
|type||Type of action that triggered the Webhook ('delivery')|
|tags||The tags that you associated with the mail|
The 'id' and 'recipient' and 'tags' variables allow you to link the incoming bounce to the original outgoing message that was sent.
As described above, this Webhook is executed after each delivered message. This can cause a huge load to your server.