Information about the abuse reports of a destination of an emailing can be retrieved with the /emailingdestination/\$destinationID/abuses method.

Request url Methods Parameters\$destinationID/abuses GET fields[]

Properties of an abuse report of an emailing destination

An abuse of an emailing destination can contain the following information:

  • Timestamp (datetime, system field, cannot be edited.)
  • Recognized_as (string, cannot be edited.)
  • Feedback_type (string, cannot be edited.)
  • Arf-version (int, cannot be edited.)
  • Details (string cannot be edited, contains detailed infomation about the abuse report.)
  • Destination (int, cannot be edited, contains the ID the destination.)
  • Profile (int, cannot be edited, contains the ID of the profile that received the emailing.)
  • Subprofile (int, cannot be edited, contains the ID of the subprofile that received the emailing.)

GET Request

Request information about an abuse report of an emailing destination in an account. The request returns a message containing the timestamp, feedback type, details, destination, profile and subprofile id.

Example output

Upon a successful request, you will receive a message similar to the example below.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2014 12:11:43 GMT 
Server: Apache 
Transfer-Encoding: chunked 
Content-Type: application/json 

            "timestamp":"2014-08-13 15:54:02",
            "details":"feedback-type: spam\r\nuser-agent: Hotmail\r\nversion: 0\r\noriginal-mail-from:\r\narrival-date: 2014-08-13 13:53:11\r\nreporting-mta: Hotmail\r\nsource-ip:\r\nincidents: 1\r\nauthentication-results: NONE\r\noriginal-rcpt-to:",

Further reading

Searching for an abuse report of an emailing with the GET request

By providing the limit or start parameters the results can be controlled. You can also filter the results using the fields[] parameter. An example for retrieving only the abuse reports from after a particular timestamp: