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Just wondering if there was a way to setup in Postfix mail server a 'redirect' email address if any emails fail to deliver to any of the intended recipients?

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Why (what problem are you trying to solve)? - I can't imagine you really want a copy of every email where someone fat-fingered an address... – voretaq7 Apr 20 '12 at 17:01

DO NOT accept mail you cannot deliver.

If you cannot sastisfy this requirement for mail you wish to relay, don't relay the mail.

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