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    Jan commented  · 

    @Travis Robie:

    Which unfortunately is of no use if you're not the server owner.

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    Jan commented  · 

    One workaround I've found is creating a mailbox without any storage, and adding any addresses to be blacklisted as aliases, but the drawback is that that way, mails can only be blackholed, i.e. the SMTP server technically still accepts the mail (so from the sender's point of view it looks like a successful delivery) before then immediately throwing it away.
    It would indeed be nicer if addresses could be properly blacklisted, so that the SMTP server outright rejects any mail delivered to that address.

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