would make for a great feature @twisted1919Hi for everyone,
Here is the big question about blacklist checking:
Why to use extra resources (and maybe money) to checking the blacklists?!
I think is not need, while the information is available immediately in the MailWizz bounced log, only need to monitor/analyze and you will get information quick as possible.
Example: When a sender server will be blacklisted after a few seconds will be displayed in one of the bounced message where the recipient server use the blacklist information. If you checking bounces in every 5 minutes than you will get the full info from the bounced message, on which blacklist listed and which server IP address.
We use this solution with some other extra function (over MailWizz API stop the sending immediately) and working very well and not need to check blacklists anymore.
I don't think there's an automated way to fetch that info, is it ?
Not yet, traditional api doesn't work good for such services because it takes longer to complete a check, so the api should be somehow based on webhooks, that is, you queue the request and you get back an answer, to certain url, later.