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A response is the result of a request. This consists of returned results codes and parsed email elements.

Depending on the protocol used to make the request, the response will be in a certain protocol. Global Email supports the JSON, JSONP, SOAP, and XML protocols.


Field Names

This is a list of the response field names and their protocol naming conventions.

Field Name Level JSON/XML
Version Response (Base) Version
Transmission Reference TransmissionReference
Transmission Results TransmissionResults
Total Records TotalRecords
Record ID Record RecordID
Results Results
Email Address EmailAddress
Mailbox Name MailboxName
Domain Name DomainName
Top Level Domain TopLevelDomain
Top Level Domain Name TopLevelDomainName
Date Checked DateChecked


Response Elements

The following elements are the basic options for each request. These apply to the entire response, not the individual records.

Version

This is a string value that is the current revision number of Global Email.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "Version":"string"
SOAP/XML <Version>string</Version>


Transmission Reference

This is a string value that serves as a unique identifier for this set of records. It is returned as sent by the Request Array, allowing you to match the Response to the Request.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "TransmissionReference":"string"
SOAP/XML <TransmissionReference>string</TransmissionReference>


Transmission Results

This is a string value that lists error codes from any errors caused by the most recent request as a whole.
For a complete list of error codes, see Global Email Result Codes.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "TransmissionResults":"string"
SOAP/XML <TransmissionResults>string</TransmissionResults>


Total Records

Displays the total number of records returned.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "TotalRecords":"string"
SOAP/XML <TotalRecords>string</TotalRecords>


Response Record Elements

JSON will only contain the Records element.

Protocol Definition
JSON Each record will be contained within [{}] under the Records element.
SOAP
XML

Each of the following elements are returned for each record in the Response Array.


Record ID

This is a string value that is a unique identifier for the current record if one was sent in the request. Use this element to match a request record and the corresponding response record.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "RecordID":"string"
SOAP/XML <RecordID>string</RecordID>


Results

This is a string value with comma delimited status, error codes, and change codes for the record.
For a complete list of codes, see Global Email Result Codes.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "Results":"string"
SOAP/XML <Results>string</Results>


Email Address

This is a string value listing the email address, including any corrections or changes made by Global Email.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "EmailAddress":"string"
SOAP/XML <EmailAddress>string</EmailAddress>


Mailbox Name

This is a string value listing the mailbox or user name portion of the email address (All characters preceding the "@" character).
With an example email of "sample@melissadata.com" the mailbox name would be "sample".
Protocol Syntax
JSON "MailboxName":"string"
SOAP/XML <MailboxName>string</MailboxName>


Domain Name

This is a string value listing the domain name portion of the email address (All characters between the "@" and "." characters).
With an example email of "sample@melissadata.com" the domain name would be "melissadata".
Protocol Syntax
JSON "DomainName":"string"
SOAP/XML <DomainName>string</DomainName>


Top Level Domain

This is a string value listing the description associated with the top-level domain name of the email address.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "Top Level Domain":"string"
SOAP/XML <Top Level Domain>string</Top Level Domain>


Top Level Domain Name

This is a string value listing the top level domain name portion of the email address (All characters after the ".").
With an example email of "sample@melissadata.com" the top level domain name would be "com".
Protocol Syntax
JSON "TopLevelDomainName":"string"
SOAP/XML <TopLevelDomainName>string</TopLevelDomainName>


Date Checked

This is a string value listing the date the email was last checked. DateChecked field returns a UTC, Unix Time (Epoch Time).
Protocol Syntax
JSON "DateChecked":"string"
SOAP/XML <DateChecked>string</DateChecked>
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