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brandon@technico.us

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Is it possible to disable the automatic notification that is issued to a sender when the delivery of an outgoing message is delayed?

Is it possible to disable the automatic notification that is issued to a sender when a delayed outgoing message is manually removed from the queue?

Why I ask: One of my users employs an out-of-office reply nearly all the time. That same user is the target of a world of spam, and each piece of spam that reaches her generates an out-of-office reply that has nowhere to go. The delayed out-of-office replies then result in a world of "message is delayed" notifications in her inbox. And if I manually clean up the queue by removing the delayed out-of-office replies, then she gets another wave of "message was removed" notifications. It's pretty messy. Thanks for any suggestions.
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brandon@technico.us

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Does anyone from Kerio have a response to the inquiry above?
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Kedar

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This forum is not official Kerio support channel and described usage is very unusual for me. It's probably reason why nobody replied.

Probably workaround on workaround can help:)
Create sieve filter (mail filters) in user's account and move all these messages to Deleted Items and mark them as read.
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