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REST API: GET abuses (Publisher destination)

You can retrieve the statistics per emailing destination just like you would retrieve the statistics of a mailing. You can retrieve the abuses for an emailing destination by sending an HTTP GET call to the following URL:$id/abuses?access_token=xxxx

Where the $id should be replaced with the ID of the emailing destination. This method also support the use of the fields parameter for the timestamp field.

Returned fields

The method returns a JSON object with several abuses under the 'data' field. For each abuse the following information is available:

  • ID: ID of the abuse.
  • timestamp: Timestamp of the abuse.
  • recognized_as: What the abuse was recognized as ('arf', 'JMR', 'none').
  • feedback_type: The type of feedback for the abuse ('abuse', 'dkim', 'fraud', 'miscategorized', 'not-spam', 'opt-out' or 'other')
  • arf_version: Version of the ARF protocol used for this abuse.
  • details: The abuse report (if available).
  • emailing: ID of the emailing.
  • destination: ID of the destination.
  • profile: ID of the profile.
  • subprofile: ID of the subprofile (if applicable)

JSON example

A single abuse might look something like this:

   "timestamp":"2009-12-01 10:00:00",

PHP example

This script demonstrates how to use this API method:

// dependencies

// change this into your access token
$api = new CopernicaRestAPI("your-access-token", 3);

// set the period
$parameters = array(
    'fields'    =>  array('timestamp>2019-01-01', 'timestamp<2019-02-01')

// execute the call
print_r($api->get("publisher/destination/{$destinationID}/abuses/", $parameters));

This example requires the REST API class.

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