MailBee.BounceMail namespace provides classes and enumerations which can be used to process bounce e-mails, delivery confirmations and any other Delivery Status Notification (DSN) messages.
BounceMail feature is only supported in classic .NET Framework. It's not available in .NET Core and UWP.
DSN messages come in different formats and may contain information about the status of delivery of certain e-mail sent in the past (the original message) to certain recipients of that e-mail. MailBee can extract this information and present it to you in easy-to-use object model form.
Typical usage is to download e-mails from a mailbox using Pop3 or Imap component and then examine these e-mails using DeliveryStatusParser.Process method to find delivery or non-delivery reports.
Result object returned by DeliveryStatusParser.Process method contains all the DSN-related information extracted from the e-mail message. In particular, Result.Recipients collection returns the delivery statuses for all recipients listed in the DSN message.
Provides a method for examining e-mail messages for delivery or non-delivery notifications.
Represents a Delivery Status Notification attachment in RFC 1894 format.
Contains the delivery status and other details for a single recipient listed in the DSN attachment.
Represents a collection of delivery status information objects for all recipients listed in the DSN attachment.
Represents the delivery results for a particular recipient's e-mail address.
Represents a collection of delivery status information objects for all recipients listed in the DSN message.
Represents the result checking an e-mail message for delivery status notification (DSN) entries.
Defines the general types of delivery statuses in delivery notification messages.
Defines the extended types of delivery notification messages.
Defines actions which have been performed by the Reporting-MTA as a result of its attempt to deliver the message to the recipient.
Defines from which parts of the DSN message MailBee should load RecipientStatus object.