On another hosting account at a provider I have a 'special' email address that basically stores all email to that account in /dev/null.
For practial purposes I want the following:
1) A catch-all account (setup just fine).
2) And catch and junk the email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The oply option I found that perhaps could do this is to create a distribution list called spam with absolutely no members.
The expected effect: the account is known so it shouldn't be sent to the catch all and the email is sent to all the users on the distribution list (none).
The actual effect: The email is sent to the catch all account.
I have two questions:
Is this a bug or intended behaviour ?
How can I create such a /dev/null account ?