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Old 12-09-2005, 03:35 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Advil
Is there a way to use your spam filter to kill all of the OOFs?
I could set the server to auto kill any messages like that, but it wouldn't help in the processing power regard. I may be able to set the "Reply To" on the messages to something akin to /dev/null but I am not sure how peoples' email clients will react.

It's actually quite amazing how many emails I get from people who are responding to automatic email notifications that state at the top, "Do not respond to this automatic notification" ... haha
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Old 12-09-2005, 03:45 PM   #17
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Hahaha....they would get hit with a "Message Delivery Failure" message....hahahaha....

At least that is what mine does......
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when you combine people with computers, anything is possible.

heck.. humans in general.

"Don't touch" - we touch
"Don't looks" - we look
"Don't respond to this email" - they respond.

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