I have set up an email server to send out solicited newsletters.
There should be no "regular" users of this server, so it is not desirable to send bounce notifications back to the recipient. Especially so since I am tracking bounces myself by parsing the log files periodically.
What I want is to unconditionally prevent exim from ever sending a bounce notification email back to a sender.
How can I do this?
(I accidentally posted this to superuser before posting it here, disregard that if you come across)
What I want is an email server that will accept all incoming emails, deliver it accordingly (that is remotely or locally) and not send a bounce notification the sender upon bounce.
I log bounces myself, in a database. The only function bounce messages have in my setting is to waste resources and bandwidth.
I need to send emails fast, using
exiwhat during a run, I see a significant number of deliveries to email@example.com. I could potentially increase my email productivity by 10~20% if all bounce emails are eliminated.