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Outlook 2010 I do not receive Undeliverable message if address is not correct

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When I fat fingered the address I no longer get an Undeliverable message
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Does this happen to any invalid address, or just addresses at a certain domain?
It is the responsibility of the last email server that relays the email to generate an undeliverable report if the destination rejects the email.
It is possible that email server has been configured not to send undeliverable reports.
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