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Un-disclosed recipients mail in failed mail folder

dodyryda1 asked
Last Modified: 2010-04-21
I have exchange setup on an sbs server. The problem i have is i get a large amount of mail to undisclosed recipients in this folder, now typically this is spam but also read receipts and NDRs are being bounced into this folder as well which are kinda important depending on the message. firstly why would read recipts be targeted to undisclosed recipients? also i download mail using a pop3 connector, [i cannot use smtp as my broadband is supplied by a different company to my web host] the 'built in' pop3 only downloads every 15mins which is a pain.. can anyone suggest an alternative.. i[ did use a 3rd party pop3 in the past as i recall but could never get it configured correctly]..,. if i can't get read receipts targeted accordingly I want to send all this undisclosed mail to a default user namely me but the built in pop3 connector never seems to forward this failed mail /undisclosed mail as part of the undeliverable mail you can configure the connector to forward... just anyone have any suggestions.. Thanks Doddy...
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