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MailChimp committed 746acec

Add invalid status used when you try to send to syntatically invalid email addresses

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            array.  of structs for each recipient containing the key "email" with the email address and "status" as either "sent", "queued", or "rejected"::
                [] (struct): the sending results for a single recipient::
                    [].email (string): the email address of the recipient
-                   [].status (string): the sending status of the recipient - either "sent", "queued", or "rejected"
+                   [].status (string): the sending status of the recipient - either "sent", "queued", "rejected", or "invalid"
 
 
         Raises:
            array.  of structs for each recipient containing the key "email" with the email address and "status" as either "sent", "queued", or "rejected"::
                [] (struct): the sending results for a single recipient::
                    [].email (string): the email address of the recipient
-                   [].status (string): the sending status of the recipient - either "sent", "queued", or "rejected"
+                   [].status (string): the sending status of the recipient - either "sent", "queued", "rejected", or "invalid"
 
 
         Raises:
 
 setup(
     name = 'mandrill',
-    version = '1.0.0',
+    version = '1.0.1',
     author = 'Mandrill Devs',
     author_email = 'community@mandrill.com',
     description = 'A CLI client and Python API library for the Mandrill email as a service platform.',
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