Base url: https://api.sendgrid.com
This endpoint allows you to retrieve all of your Event Webhooks.
Each webhook will be returned as an object in the
webhooks array with the webhook's configuration details and ID. You can use a webhook's ID to update the webhook's settings, delete the webhook, enable or disable signature verification for the webhook, and, if signature verification is enabled, retrieve the webhook's public key when signature verification is enabled.
Each webhook's settings determine which events will be included in the POST request by the webhook and the URL where the request will be sent. See the Event Webhook Reference for details about each event type.
public_key property will be returned only for webhooks with signature verification enabled.
You may share one OAuth configuration across all your webhooks or create unique credentials for each. The OAuth properties will be returned only for webhooks with OAuth configured.
- API Key
on-behalf-of header allows you to make API calls from a parent account on behalf of the parent's Subusers or customer accounts. You will use the parent account's API key when using this header. When making a call on behalf of a customer account, the property value should be "account-id" followed by the customer account's ID (e.g.,
on-behalf-of: account-id <account-id>). When making a call on behalf of a Subuser, the property value should be the Subuser's username (e.g.,
on-behalf-of: <subuser-username>). See On Behalf Of for more information.
The maximum number of Event Webhooks you can have enabled under your current Twilio SendGrid plan. See the Twilio SendGrid pricing page for more information about the features available with each plan.
An array of Event Webhook objects. Each object represents one of your webhooks and contains its configuration settings, including which events it is set to send in the POST request, the URL where it will send those events, and the webhook's ID.
Indicates if the Event Webhook is enabled.
The URL where SendGrid will send event data.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send delivered events. Delivered events occur when a message has been successfully delivered to the receiving server.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send spam report events. Spam reports occur when recipients mark a message as spam.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send bounce events. A bounce occurs when a receiving server could not or would not accept a message.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send deferred events. Deferred events occur when a recipient's email server temporarily rejects a message.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send unsubscribe events. Unsubscribes occur when recipients click on a message's subscription management link. You must enable Subscription Tracking to receive this type of event.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send processed events. Processed events occur when a message has been received by Twilio SendGrid and is ready to be delivered.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send open events. Open events occur when a recipient has opened the HTML message. You must enable Open Tracking to receive this type of event.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send click events. Click events occur when a recipient clicks on a link within the message. You must enable Click Tracking to receive this type of event.
Indicates if the webhook is configured to send dropped events. Dropped events occur when your message is not delivered by Twilio SendGrid. Dropped events are accomponied by a
reason property, which indicates why the message was dropped. Reasons for a dropped message include: Invalid SMTPAPI header, Spam Content (if spam checker app enabled), Unsubscribed Address, Bounced Address, Spam Reporting Address, Invalid, Recipient List over Package Quota.
An optional friendly name assigned to the Event Webhook to help you differentiate it. The friendly name is for convenience only. You should use the webhook
id property for any programmatic tasks.
A unique string used to identify the webhook. A webhook's ID is generated programmatically and cannot be changed after creation. You can assign a natural language identifier to your webhook using the
An ISO 8601 timestamp in UTC timezone when the Event Webhook was created. If a Webhook's
null, it is a legacy Event Webook, which means it is your oldest Webhook.
An ISO 8601 timestamp in UTC timezone when the Event Webhook was last modified.format: date-time
The OAuth client ID SendGrid sends to your OAuth server or service provider to generate an OAuth access token.
The URL where SendGrid sends the OAuth client ID and client secret to generate an access token. This should be your OAuth server or service provider.
The public key you can use to verify the SendGrid signature.