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Thread: [SOLVED] MTA : Notification on message entry to bounce queue.

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    Default [SOLVED] MTA : Notification on message entry to bounce queue.

    Hi,

    I've been looking through the options, and can't seem to see anything relevant.

    Is there a method of having a "soft bounce" notification given to the sender when a message enters the deffer/bounce queue (as well obviously as the final hard bounce we have given up notification) ?

    I couldn't see an RFE for this which means it's either implemented and I'm blind, or no one else has ever wanted this which I find hard to believe ?

    If truly there is an interest, I will create an RFE.

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    What difference do you think a 'soft bounce' would make, what are you trying to achieve? It's usually set-up when you have a configuration problem with your server or are making configuration changes.
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    Actually, I used the phrase "soft bounce" in error.

    And took a longer look at bugzilla and found Bug 19370 – write delay_warning_time postfix parameter
    Last edited by anhedonia; 12-02-2010 at 04:44 PM.

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