From: Ronan Waide (waider at domain waider.ie)
Date: Tue 18 Sep 2001 - 22:27:50 IST
On September 19, vincent at domain 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.
-- "People are so dead it's not funny anymore. I could deal with it if they just decided to stay dead but some of them are convinced they're partially alive and make promises they can't keep i.e. getting out of their crypts in one piece (and having their brain with them)." - Dalton
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