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can I inform inbound mail that the email server is temporarly down

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Can I somehow setup a process or message to anyone who emails our domain that the mail server is temporally down?
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Praveen Balan earned 500 total points
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Normally most of the company will retry the host for 48 hours if it is not reachable. So, if the server come back with in this period you will not loose any emails which are intended to you.

To my knowledge you can not setup a notification said above, because the emails normally generates NDR after the retry interval saying that the remote domain is unavailable.
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by:Scott Johnston
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I agree, just thought I check
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There really is not a answer that is acceptable.
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