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'Reject' destination (Mail Filtering)

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by PackCat, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. PackCat

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    How about adding the Keyword "Reject" as a destination in Mail Filtering.

    found in mail/addblock.html

    I don't want to simply filter and "Discard" the email message, I want it to BOUNCE back twice as hard to wherever it came from and let it be someone elses burden to worry about!!!

    I want the sender to think it is an unresolved undeliverable email address...

    Like calling from a blocked phone number!

    And if it is an unresolved SPAM address, so be it... let it float around the internet on someone else's Dime!

    Anyone willing to 2nd the motion?

    Thanks,
    John

    P.S. When is someone going to get smart and use a little common sense. Like require all Mail servers to send a unique ID code and also require a valid address authenication?

    Any Mail server not sending a unique identifier code would automatically fail verification.
    It may take a year to implement, but think of the simplicity and rewards down the road!!!

    I'll let someone else worry how to account for aliased email addresses on a valid mail server, such as blind-forwarding.
     
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