I have the following setup.
I have my own exchange box internally.
I have my domain hosted at GoDaddy
I have asked GoDaddy to create for me (or help me) a catch all account so that whoever sends me an email, it would go to that email that is at Godaddy, and I have a pop connector that retrieves the email from that mailbox and distributes it accordingly in my exchange box.
After many phone calls to support, I ended up with having an office365 account at godaddy and they said they can't help me more.
They sent me an email with a link
that I followed to the letter.
This is what is happening now :
If the email is existant then I can send and receive normally.
But if the email does not exist, then the email gets through , yet I receive a failure delivery.
any help ?
If you have your own Exchange Server, why do you want to involve GoDaddy at all?
Just configure the Catch-All on your Exchange Server, using, for example, a Transport Rule:
I guess you already know that you will (almost certainly) get a lot of spam in that mailbox depending on whether you have any filtering in front of he server, but rejecting emails that are aimed at non-existent addresses is one of the the most basic spam filters.