The Email Bounces

The bounces (inexistent addresses) are, in general, the addresses or domains that do not exist anymore. Just like the postal address, you are informed by the server that this address or this domain is not valid anymore.

The notifications are defined in general by the reception of the returning messages of the types "Mail Delivery Notification", "Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender" or “Failure notice".

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