Bounce Management: SUpport for POP3/IMAP4 mailboxes

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Bounce Management: SUpport for POP3/IMAP4 mailboxes

Postby posbis » Thu May 28, 2009 8:40 am

Very often a company has a single mail gateway where all mail traffic flows through. Maybe it is LINUX based (sendmail, postfix),
maybe it is MS Exchange or any other proprietary product.

It doesn't matter which email system you use but in many cases you are not allowed (by company policy) to hook into these systems
(if technically possible) with a system such as OpenEmm. So you must Relay outgoing email to the company's main email gateway
and let him send the emails instead.

Therefore the only point of bounce email control would be the mailbox you specified as return address.

Please add POP3/IMAP4 support to OpenEmm to scan/monitor a mailbox for new incoming mails and analyze them for greylisting, NDR, etc.

Compile a NDR list for the admin where he can choose what action to do with these addresses
(remove from the system, leave them in the system, remove from this mailing list, ...)

Be aware that even if an email delivery returns "No such user" this doesn't mean that this is true.
Maybe the target email server just switched into Paranoia/Panic-Mode after he received more than 20 times the same email for a user in the company.

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Re: Bounce Management: SUpport for POP3/IMAP4 mailboxes

Postby judgej » Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:50 pm

I'm just wondering who maintains the Open Source version of EMM. Is it the same team or company that runs the service-based installations? If so, I am going to guess that feature requests such as this will never happen since there is nothing to gain for the developers - the application already supports their platform, so why expand it?

Is that the way it works, or is there a completely different team running the Open Source version? This is a great product, and it is great that the code has been Open Sourced, but it would be good to know where the project is going, if anywhere.

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Re: Bounce Management: SUpport for POP3/IMAP4 mailboxes

Postby hanifkhan » Wed Dec 24, 2014 1:41 pm

Maybe it is LINUX based (sendmail, postfix),
maybe it is MS Exchange or any other proprietary product.

It doesn't matter which email system you use but in many cases you are not allowed (by company policy) to hook into these systems
(if technically possible) with a system such as OpenEmm. So you must Relay outgoing email to the company's main email gateway
and let him send the emails instead.

Therefore the only point of bounce email control would be the mailbox you specified as return address.

Please add POP3/IMAP4 support to OpenEmm to scan/monitor a mailbox for new incoming mails and analyze them for greylisting, NDR, etc.

Compile a NDR list for the admin where he can choose what action to do with these addresses
(remove from the system, leave them in the system, remove from this mailing list, ...)
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