bounced message

bounced message

[‚bau̇nst ′mes·ij]
(computer science)
An electronic mail message that is returned to sender because attempts to deliver it have been unsuccessful.
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Many senders know a user is valid if they don't get a bounced message.
Cisco WebEx turned to StrongMail to overcome deliverability challenges and improve the efficiency of bounced message processing.
Subscribers are placed in "held" status after 5 bounced messages, receiving several warning messages that there have been problems with mail delivery.
Libraries could use electronic distribution lists to announce their library news, but users have to sign up for such lists, and list managers have to spend a fair amount of time on maintenance work such as dealing with bounced messages from subscribers whose e-mail addresses have changed.
Email users are plagued with annoying bounced messages, which claim to notify them of infected messages that they never sent.
Develop a clear policy for list and management of bounced messages.
BoldFish EN forges this connection, significantly reducing the stress on company networks while delivering the performance required for timely email delivery and automated management of bounced messages.
E[acute accent]With clients relying upon the timely delivery of emails containing critical employment information, BrassRing was eager to resolve the issues associated with its legacy email system, including bounced messages, delivery bottlenecks and zero visibility into delivery failure categories.
Administrators can improve overall service levels by finding and fixing email access problems, degraded performance, or receipt of bounced messages.
Inline Checks - Eliminates forged-sender bounced messages by rejecting in-line within the SMTP transaction thereby freeing up critical resources to process clean messages.
In addition, handling of opt-outs and bounced messages can be a drain on an institution's IT department, whose resources are better used elsewhere.
In addition, it includes a best-in-class bounced-message handler that automatically categorizes and differentiates "hard" from "soft" bounce types and processes bounced messages based on configurable rules.