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jonahpa

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Make certain that the bounces you generate are RFC compliant and use a null < > return-path.


It was advised to use a null < > return-path to avoid bounces. How to apply this in KMS?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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All bounces (DSN reports) generated by KMS contain empty Return-Path (MAIL FROM) to prevent bounce loop.

Perhaps we could help you more when we will know what exactly you want to do.
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jonahpa

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Some e-mail accounts have auto-reply on. Spams are coming from non-existing e-mail addresses, so if the auto-reply will be sent to dummy accounts, a notification will come back. An auto-reply will be sent back.

Is this an endless loop? or there is a stop somewhere?

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winkelman

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Mail servers have checks in place to avoid such loops, you don't have to worry about it.
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