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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by hetch, Mar 31, 2009.

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    Thanks Infopro. But I am still in doubt. So :fail:no user is not adviced?:confused:
     
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    Every thread here says to use :fail:. But backscatter says no bounces. So I had to ask. :)

    thanks for your time.
     
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    If you read the backscatter article carefully, it says to use :fail:....

    This is what :fail: does... it denies right at the beginning...

    Don't get stuck with the words "NoSuchUser" and think that means :fail: you can put whatever message you like with :fail: such as "Frak-Off"

    The big difference in the two above is that the second accepts the email for delivery... :fail: never accepts the message.

    So, use :fail: without fail :p
     
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