[Pkg-exim4-users] What happens to unrouteable mail?
holmgren at lysator.liu.se
Fri Apr 27 18:14:51 UTC 2007
On Friday 27 April 2007 18:41, Sebastian Tennant wrote:
> Something of a daft question no doubt, but how can I send a load of
> mail to /dev/null?
> I'm running an out-of-the-box Exim4 on Debian.
> Fetchmail polls my ISP domain and mops up all the spam before handing
> it to Exim addressed to 'junk at localhost'.
Short answer: Put the following in /etc/aliases:
Long answer: You don't want to dump mail in the bit bucket unseen. Are you
absolutely sure that you won't ever throw away valid mail?
Magnus Holmgren holmgren at lysator.liu.se
(No Cc of list mail needed, thanks)
"Exim is better at being younger, whereas sendmail is better for
Scrabble (50 point bonus for clearing your rack)" -- Dave Evans
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