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/dev/null -- Want a "black hole" email addres... - 1.Feb.2006 4:22:10 PM   
greenmars

 

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Hello:

I've been in the Exchange world for about 2 years, coming from the Linux world.

In the past, when I would send out email blasts, I would have the bouncebacks go to pleasedonotreply@somewhere.com. In Linux, it's easy to alias an email address to /dev/null, which effectively makes any email to that address vanish.

Over and over, I run into situations where I need this kind of "black hole" email address.

Can anyone help me out?

< Message edited by greenmars -- 1.Feb.2006 4:23:14 PM >
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RE: /dev/null -- Want a "black hole" email ad... - 1.Feb.2006 9:12:29 PM   
Victor Ivanidze

 

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Using Active Directory Users and Computers tool, create a mail enabled distribution group with no members and assign it pleasedonotreply@somewhere.com e-mail address

Regards,
Victor Ivanidze

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