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plugin:mailgun [2020/12/06 23:00]
duncanc [Using the webhook to process bounces]
plugin:mailgun [2020/12/07 09:43] (current)
duncanc [Using the webhook to process bounces]
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 ==== Using the webhook to process bounces ==== ==== Using the webhook to process bounces ====
  
-On the Webhooks page, menu Sending > Webhooks from the Mailgun Dashboard, create a webhook:+On the Webhooks page, menu Sending > Webhooks from the Mailgun Dashboard, add a webhook:
  
 **Event type**: Permanent Failure **Event type**: Permanent Failure
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 Then add the webhook using the Add Webhook button on the right-side of the Webhooks page. Then add the webhook using the Add Webhook button on the right-side of the Webhooks page.
  
-Mailgun should then send notifications of hard bounces (permanent failures). The plugin will mark the subscriber as blacklisted, add to the event log, and add to the subscriber history.+When the webhook has been added Mailgun will send notifications of hard bounces (permanent failures). The plugin will mark the subscriber as blacklisted, add a record to the event log, and add a record to the subscriber history.
 ==== Send rate ==== ==== Send rate ====
  
plugin/mailgun.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/07 09:43 by duncanc

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