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Database Mail: getting bounce info from Exchange?

Database Mail only sends SMTP email messages and logs problems
connecting to the mail server. However, I also need to log bounced
emails (bad address, etc).

Are there any clean ways to do this with Database Mail and Exchange?
Or will I have to mix Database Mail with SQL Mail to read bounces out
of the inbox? Or, have a .NET windows service that talks to the
Exchange API?

Apr 25 '07 #1
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"Manny Klystron" <ma************@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@t39g2000prd.googlegro ups.com...
Database Mail only sends SMTP email messages and logs problems
connecting to the mail server. However, I also need to log bounced
emails (bad address, etc).

Are there any clean ways to do this with Database Mail and Exchange?
Or will I have to mix Database Mail with SQL Mail to read bounces out
of the inbox? Or, have a .NET windows service that talks to the
Exchange API?
I'd have a separate API that handles this. It's not really a good duty for
SQL Server.

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Apr 26 '07 #2

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