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:fail: Custom Message

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by greetingsc, Jul 9, 2006.

  1. greetingsc

    greetingsc Active Member

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    I search the forums and the docs and couldn't find anything about setting a message when using :fail: as the default email address. A client would like to have a special message and I cannot find anything about just setting a custom message for a single domain.

    Thanks for the help,
    Michael Card
     
  2. abubin

    abubin Well-Known Member

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    if you want the sender to see a message, you will have to use :blackhole:. Add whatever message you want after :blackhole: in the same line.

    eg.

    :blackhole: user does not exist

    But by using blackhole, there are some disadvantages such as the message will be processed by server. If that is a catchall account, all the spams that come into your server will also be processed which would increase your server load.
     
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    ":fail: no such address here"

    Replace "no such address here" with whatever you want to reply with.

    It looks like you have bigger problems than that though.
     
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