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Catch webhook from various API mail service and directly get the related user.

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Define your project url to your mail provider service (Mandrill, MailJet...) and get events dispatched into your app.

Support various service

  • Campain Monitor
  • Mailgun
  • Mailjet
  • Mandrill
  • Sendgrid
  • Sparkpost
  • And add your custom service

Example use cases:

  • Disable to a user's notification when a mail is signal as spam.
  • Send a private message to a user if last mail send get bounced.
  • Warning an Account Manager about a hard bounce on a new user creation.
  • Track email reading and clicks on your custom CRM.
  • All you want!


Add the package to your composer.json file

"scullwm/mailhookbundle": "dev-master",

Add this to app/AppKernel.php

    public function registerBundles()
        $bundles = array(
            new Swm\Bundle\MailHookBundle\SwmMailHookBundle(),


        return $bundles;


1) Edit app/config.yml

    secretsalt: notSecret

2) Edit app/routing.yml

    resource: "@SwmMailHookBundle/Controller/"
    type:     annotation
    prefix:   /

Well done!

Use it

Go to your email service provider like and find where to configure your webhook. Check hooks you want and set the url like this:{secretSalt}/{serviceName}/catch

With no configuration for mandrill it should be :

With a custom secretSalt and mailjet service it should be :

Events dispatched

  • swm.mail_hook.event.send
  • swm.mail_hook.event.soft_bounce
  • swm.mail_hook.event.hard_bounce
  • swm.mail_hook.event.deferral
  • swm.mail_hook.event.spam
  • swm.mail_hook.event.blocked
  • swm.mail_hook.event.unsub
  • swm.mail_hook.event.reject
  • swm.mail_hook.event.other

Events listener provided

By default, a simple MailHookEvent is dispatched by the DefaultHydrator. But if you are using FosUserBundle, you can use the FosUserHydrator to use directly UserMailHookEvent which return directly the user entity associate on the email.

If your using FosUserBundle

There's already a special route called "swm_mailhook_user_catcher_for_service": /{secretSalt}/{service}/catchuser

It directly return a UserMailHookEvent where you can getUser().

To see a basic exemple see this link : (Using JMS/di-extra-bundle optionnal)

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