E-mail Bounce

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(New page: Category:Glossary An e-mail that cannot be delivered to the mailbox provider and is sent back to the e-mail Service Provider that sent it. A bounce is classified as either “hard” o...)
 
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the failed delivery of e-mail due to a temporary issue, such as a full inbox or an unavailable ISP
 
the failed delivery of e-mail due to a temporary issue, such as a full inbox or an unavailable ISP
 
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Revision as of 00:39, 3 August 2011

An e-mail that cannot be delivered to the mailbox provider and is sent back to the e-mail Service Provider that sent it. A bounce is classified as either “hard” or “soft.” Hard bounces are the failed delivery of e-mail due to a permanent reason, such as a non-existent address. Soft bounces are the failed delivery of e-mail due to a temporary issue, such as a full inbox or an unavailable ISP server.

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