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Nixs

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Our old mailserver which we just took out of the loop today was configured to send a copy of all nondelivery notifications we send to be CC'ed to postmaster<_a.t_>ourdomain.com.

This allows us to monitor for problems on our end and fix them. Typo's in reply to addresses and such.

How do I setup Kerio so that it sends a copy of all outbound nondelivery notifications to postmaster?

Thanks!

Edwin
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Eh, I think you can't.

You could look in the security log, it logs all 'unknown recipient' bounces.

I receive a couple of thousand a day, so I'm not sure if you really suggested wanting a CC of all those bounces...
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We stop all inbound e-mail to invalid recipients at our MTA. So the Kerio server would just have internal failures. Not as many as thousands a day.

This helps identify incorrect setups.

I guess I'll just review the logs. Thanks.
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