Mail::SendGrid::Bounce - data object that holds information about a SendGrid bounce
use Mail::SendGrid::Bounce; $bounce = Mail::SendGrid::Bounce->new( email => '...', created => '...', status => '...', reason => '...', );
This class defines a data object which is returned by the
bounces() method in Mail::SendGrid. Generally you won't instantiate this module yourself.
The email address you tried sending to, which resulted in a bounce back to SendGrid.
Date and time in ISO date format. I'm assuming this is the timestamp for when the bounce was received back at SendGrid.
A string which identifies the type of bounce. At the moment my understanding is that this will either be the string '4.0.0' for a soft bounce, and '5.0.0' for a hard bounce. I'm trying to get confirmation or clarification from SendGrid.
The reason why the message bounced; typically this is the reason returned by the remote MTA. Sometimes the reason string will start with the SMTP response code; I'm trying to find out from SendGrid in what situations that isn't true.
Neil Bowers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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