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mailoop [2019/07/23 14:23]
ma [OpenEMM Mailloop Configuration]
mailoop [2019/07/23 14:30] (current)
ma [Alternative B (the advanced one)]
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 Use a sender/​reply-to address with the mailloop service domain name (for example news@mailloop.domain.com). Since no real email addresses exist for this sender domain name, normally it would not be possible to reply to an email with this sender/​reply-to address. To forward responses to a valid email address you have to define a bounce filter: Use a sender/​reply-to address with the mailloop service domain name (for example news@mailloop.domain.com). Since no real email addresses exist for this sender domain name, normally it would not be possible to reply to an email with this sender/​reply-to address. To forward responses to a valid email address you have to define a bounce filter:
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-In the configuration for the bounce filter set field "​Filter address"​ manually to your sender/​reply-to address (in this example news@mailloop.domain.com) and this address is then bound to this bounce configuration. Due to performance reasons it may take a few minutes until a newly created entry is known by the system.\\+In the GUI configuration for the bounce filter set field "​Filter address"​ manually to your sender/​reply-to address (in this example news@mailloop.domain.com) and this address is then bound to this bounce configuration. Due to performance reasons it may take a few minutes until a newly created entry is known by the system.\\
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 Finally, use field "​Forward address"​ to enter the feedback email address of your choice. The flow looks like this: Finally, use field "​Forward address"​ to enter the feedback email address of your choice. The flow looks like this:
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