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Discard emails from sender

William L. Thomson Jr.-4
As a long time user I should know this. Though to my knowledge I am not
sure if this is possible or not. I know emails can be set to be
rejected via redlist, etc. But this causes the emails to be
rejected, bounce back.

Does ASSP have means to just discard emails from a given address? No
spam replies, no bounce back. Just forward email to /dev/null basically.

I would like to be able to "ingore" some senders server side vs client.
Without having rejection or bounce emails sent back. Like on mailing
lists, where you want to ignore a person, as an example.

Thanks!

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William L. Thomson Jr.

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Re: Discard emails from sender

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:: On Thu, 27 Jul 2017 13:23:08 -0400
:: <[hidden email]>
:: "William L. Thomson Jr." <[hidden email]> wrote:

> As a long time user I should know this. Though to my knowledge I am
> not sure if this is possible or not. I know emails can be set to be
> rejected via redlist, etc. But this causes the emails to be
> rejected, bounce back.
>
> Does ASSP have means to just discard emails from a given address? No
> spam replies, no bounce back. Just forward email to /dev/null
> basically.
>
> I would like to be able to "ingore" some senders server side vs
> client. Without having rejection or bounce emails sent back. Like on
> mailing lists, where you want to ignore a person, as an example.

You may use the recipient replacement rules; you set up some rules to
match the desired "sink-null" senders and change the recipient of those
emails to a "null" mailbox on the SMTP server, this way, ASSP will
proxy the mail to that null mailbox and the server will simply discard
it (or you may use a scheduled script to empty the collect mailbox from
time to time)

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