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How do I find BounceID inside WHM / cPanel?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by USA_Webmaster, May 9, 2017.

  1. USA_Webmaster

    USA_Webmaster Active Member

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    Does this BounceID sound like anything you've heard before? Can you please advise plus share any wisdom about the NoSolicitado.org blacklist?

    I was using the NoSolicitado blacklist removal tool and during the form submission part, they asked for a BounceID.

    /i.imgur.com/Fo0VLzS.png

    I was cruising around inside WHM in the Mail sections and tried running a bunch of tools but didn't have any luck.

    i.imgur.com/AWBk0XO.png

    How did I find my BounceID? Maybe I got lucky. I ran the tool on this website multirbl.valli.org/ for my server IP and it had the BounceID on the list.

    i.imgur.com/eXeCgYL.png
     
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  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello,

    The term BounceID is unique to the third-party blacklist you have referenced. It suggests an ID number is included in the message body of the message that was bounced by the remote server. Do you have a copy of the message that was rejected by the remote mail server?

    Thank you.
     
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    Ahhh okay, that makes it more understandable. I do not have a copy of the email Mr. @cPanelMichael and thank you very much for the helpful response - good day sir.
     
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