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  1. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    heh, that would explain why it wasn't working. Another strange note. now that I have blocked bounce messages, I am still getting one from the 5.2 system as I said. However, the message I recieved is not user not found, it is access denied.
  2. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    Good tip. I already have created a mailer-deamon account today, of course, that was in effort to create a rule of sometype to prevent messages with that account name from leaving my network heh.
  3. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    Agree, I am not aggravated at spamcop, or the people who operate it or browse these forums. I am aggravated at having an ancient email system, running on a platform I know nothing about. SpamCop provides a very valuable service, and I use it's RBL as one of two RBL's for my spam filtering solution. Sorry if that came out wrong!
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    Misdirected Bounces

    Little update. I set my delivery status to none, and it now does not send bounce emails from my 5.5 server However, also on this network setup as an external system is a 5.2 groupwise server running ADA, that system is still bouncing. ARGH!! heh, I can see why people get frustrated with all this.
  5. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    unobscured from address is donovan<at>gadgetscope.com Where do you find the information: Submitted: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 6:10:06 AM -0500: Message status - undeliverable 1356228889 ( 12.108.61.66 ) To: spamcop<at>imaphost.com 1356228886 ( 12.108.61.66 ) To: abuse<at>att.net ? Also, I cannot thank you folks enough for taking the time to help a newb like me! <Moderator: munged donovan email address to prevent scraping>
  6. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    Here is the link that my ISP sent to me. http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?i=z1381519257zc...049af3a4e51114z
  7. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    I am an email newbie, so excuse the dumb question, but what is the difference between the envelope sender and the from address? Should I copy into here the report I recieved from spamcop?
  8. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    There does not seem to be a way to stop it from sending bounces at all, I am just trying to get it to not send to the from address that is potentially forged. At this point, I would gladly set it up to send all undeliverable or bounceworthy messages to anoher user or folder. But no settings I have changed are accomplishing this. Groupwise 6.5 doesn't seem to have any setting sto turn off bounces either, however, it does send bounces back to the IP address or email server of the message as opposed to the from address. I am an email newbie so not sure if I am saying this correctly.
  9. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    I cannot thank you enough. I did a search on that exact phrase (return unkhown mail to the sender) and it found an article with a setting to change. Thank you very much! http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/s...gi?/2922717.htm
  10. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    Yes, I have searched on novell's support site, and also posted there. I have located a few settings that could help cut down on this, but so far can't find any information that relate to specifically having the mail server bounce to the IP instead of the from address. On a side note, groupwise 6.5 seems to do this by default.
  11. comcarind

    Misdirected Bounces

    I am attempting to stop my email server from sending misdirected bounces, which has caused me to be put on the spamcop blacklist three times in the last two weeks. I am using groupwise 5.5 and I cannot find any settings that would prevent the email from being sent to the potentially forged from address. One suggestion from my ISP was to change it so that it sent to the IP address of the mail server/network as opposed to the from address, however, I cannot find anyway to do that in groupwise 5.5
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