On Wed, Mar 03, 2004 at 08:30:37AM +0100, Brian Foster mentioned:
> similar question: is is possible to falsely reject the incoming
> (junk-)mail? that is, the receiving MTA sends back some sort of
> rejection --- which presumably causes the sending MTA to never
> again try to deliver that particular e-mail --- whilst really
> saving the (suspected junk-)mail in a side mbox?
What, like if someone sends spam through an Eircom MTA, Eircom's MTA
would then think that mailbox didn't exist, and would never try send to it
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