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    Martin Rüegg commented  · 

    Yes, that would be extremely helpful. Specially during migrations where migrating the entire server at once is not an option.

    The Option could include a specific hostname/IP-address or looking up MX-record (with at least/at most X priority).

    Keywords: non-existent user, nonexistent-user API, forward, reject, bounce, secondary-server

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