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    mvalenzuela.cl is offline Senior Member
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    Question How do I disable autoreply on my mail server?

    How do I disable autoreply on my mail server?

    I mean when forwarding an email to an account that does not exist, my server zimbra responds that the user does not exist, for example.

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    It's not possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvalenzuela.cl View Post
    It's not possible?
    It isn't an autoreply, if the recipient address doesn't exist it's a bounce and it's not Zimbra that's doing it, the bounce is generated by the receiving mail server. If the recipient account is on the Zimbra server you'll still get a bounce message and that's normal.

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