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    Default /dev/null alias?

    How can I create an alias that goes to /dev/null?

    Part of my old catch-all solution was to forward known-spammy email addresses to /dev/null. So what I would do is signup at spammysite.com with spammysite@mydomain.com, and when they sell the email to lists, it would automatically blacklist spammysite@medomain.com email to /dev/null.

    I found this, but its not what I want (I don't even want to waste spam processing on it):
    Talk:How to create a /dev/null account or spam trap? - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    I could just create a rule, but I'd like it to be dropped by the server or not even accept them ideally. In a perfect world the mail server would just not accept it to certain addresses! (I have catch-all enabled though)

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