baunsu

Library to parse and detect bounced emails

Baunsu

Baunsu (bounce in japanese) is an email bounce detection library inspired by Lamson Project's bounce detection algorithm.

var fs = require('fs'),
  Baunsu = require('baunsu');
 
fs.readFile('./bouncedEmail.txt', function(errdata) {
  var bounce = new Baunsu();
 
  bounce.on('end', function(errbaunsuResult) {
    if (err)
      throw err;
 
    console.log(baunsuResult.bounced);
  });
 
  bounce.detect(data);
});

Note:

The bouncedEmail.txt must contains a 'bounced error mail'. You can find examples in the tests/emails directory

These mails are returned by a mailserver when it can't deliver the message.

You can use this module by hooking it to your mailserver whenever a bounced mail is received, and do something for it (such as flagging the email address, preventing further bounces)

npm install baunsu

Detects bounce signatures in email asynchronously.

Detects bounce signatures in email and returns a BaunsuResult object.

Emits every line being walked by baunsu.

Emitted every time a bounce header is matched. { header: string, match: string }

Emiited every time bounce signature is detected. { header: string, matches: array }

Emitted at the end of bounce detection.

Returns a hash of matched email headers and regex values. (Hasshu instance)

Calculated score determining bounce probabilty.

Returns true/false if email is considered bounce. (Can be adjusted by threshold)

Sets bounce score threshold. Default is 0.3.

Returns object containing enhanced status code, class, subject and detail.

{
  code: string,
  class: { code: number, message: '' },
  subject: { code: number, message: '' },
  detail: { code: number, message: '' }
}

Returns array if remote mta headers were found.

Returns array if reporting mta headers were found.

Returns array if diagnostic codes were found.

Returns action value if header was found.

####isHard() Returns true if email is considered a hard bounce.

####isSoft() Returns true if email is considered a soft bounce.

License

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2012 Ardie Saeidi

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