It is possible that someone will inadvertently send mail to an email address with a bad Kiwi cookie. For example, an acquaintance may send us a message to an address that has expired, or someone may have incorrectly copied a Kiwi-enabled email address.
By default, Kiwi silently discards messages that do not have a valid cookie. However, it may be more desirable for you to be able to have Kiwi send people who send email to an address with a bad cookie a bounce message, informing them that they need to send a message to an email address with a correct Kiwi cookie.
Kiwi has support for BOUNCEMAIL which allows Kiwi to send a reply to a message with an invalid Kiwi cookie. In order to use this feature, do the following:
.kiwircpoint to that file.
nobodyemail address on many systems does this. An example
nobodyemail address is
firstname.lastname@example.org(this particular email address does not work, and is only shown as an example of a nobody email address)
email@example.com a working email address that silently discards mail before using this example:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Return-Path: firstname.lastname@example.org Reply-To: email@example.com Subject: Your mail was not delivered [In order to stop mail loops, replies to this message are silently discarded] Hello there, You mail was not delivered to me for a number of possible reasons. Possible reasons include: * The email address you sent mail to timed out * The email address you tried sending mail to was incorrectly copied You wrote: