Knowledgebase: E-Mail
Blocking all mail to an e-mail address
Posted by - NA - on 11 July 2005 10:30 PM
Making individual addresses fail:

If you wish to block all e-mail going to an e-mail address, simply create a forwarder for that address that forwards to:

:blackhole:

Please note that you must have the colons on both sides of the word fail for it to work.

Making the default/catchall address fail:

This method also works if you wish to make the default address (also known as the catch-all address) fail. Putting :blackhole: as the default address will make all e-mail addressed to an e-mail address/alias (that you have no made a pop3 account or forwarder for) fail.

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