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Old 13 May 2019, 03:06 AM   #8
BritTim
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Originally Posted by janusz View Post
A possible problem with this solution: if the alias address is used in two-way communications (a customer places an order, which is followed by an exchange of messages about e.g. detailed product specification, payment terms, delivery details) disabling the address cuts off genuine bone fine correspondents as well.

Unless you reply from a different, more permanent address, of course ....
One possible way of dealing with the issue is to keep retired aliases where this could apply, but have a Rule that discards incoming messages to the alias if the sender is not in your address book.
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