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good morning,  i need to know if a method can be deployed to extract bad email addresses from NDA,  we use bulk mailing and get a lot returned, is their a script or software that would perform this function. Thanks
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Not sure if there is any script or software to perform this directly however you can follow these instructions:

http://axonflux.com/a-quick-and-dirty-way-to-extract-undeliverabl

(Yes that is the exact URL spelling)

Of course you need to have access to Linux
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Sorry, waited a little long on this one, since this is the only response on this issue i will use this one. Thanks
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