We are currently migrating to Exchange 2010 and wanted to know if there was any better management of bouncebacks.

Our company has a database that has marketing sent to it, and while some users are better than others, we end up with a heck of a lot of emails that bounce that don't get actioned (i.e. the email address updating or recipient deleting)

What is the most sensible way of handling bounce-backs with Exchange 2010 on a semi-automated basis?


Why not use a proper list management system like phplist that does the bounce handling for you?


Or even a commercial system like MailChimp etc?

  • This is what I was basically asking - has Exchange 2010 added anything that helps managing bouncebacks or is it still sensible to fall back on other products? – franglais Sep 3 '13 at 18:00
  • Email server != List Manager. If you want bounceback management, use a list management program. Exchange itself isn't aware of the lists, is it? So you want to use something that is... – Daniel Dainty Sep 5 '13 at 16:25

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