1. theroadwarrior's Avatar

    I've set-up a gmail account as to be used as a spam filter. It was described in another thread on these boards. (I've recently signed with a 3rd party exchange server utilizing a split-domain so that I can enjoy the benefits of enterprise e-mail. so, now you know why...)
    The e-mail address is one that I've had for a long time - more than 10 years! Simply discarding it isn't an option.

    For the most part, I'm getting messages with no issues. However, every day since setting up the gmail forwarding account - I get at least one person telling me they got a message bounced back to them. no rhyme or reason. No particular sender.

    Here's the error they get with the bounce

    Unable to deliver message to the following address(es).

    <xxxx@gmail.com>:
    This user doesn't have a gmail.com account (xxxx@gmail.com)




    Anybody else not getting messages? - oh, gee how would you know?..

    well, anybody?
    12-01-08 04:30 PM
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