On September 19, vincent at cunniffe.net said:
> As an administrator of multiple machines, several running mail handling
> software for people who don't always enter their email address correctly
> in web-based systems, I get a lot of delivery failures in my mailbox.
>> Is there a header that I can add to these outgoing mails which will tell
> the remote MTA that I don't care whether it can be delivered or not, and
> if not, to fail silently?
>> I've googled for this, but can't find anything.
you could use Errors-To: and set it to an address that funnels the
data to /dev/null, perhaps.
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