[ngw] Auto response using noreply

Chad Griewahn Cgriewah at mitssupport.com
Tue Apr 27 20:48:12 UTC 2010

That is a great point for one part of it.  Thanks Joe.  Still not sure of the best way to solve the issue though if the customer also has an auto responder on the other end....  By the very nature of the fact that these are for obituaries, that seems to  happen extremely often. 

>>> Joseph Marton <jmmarton at gmail.com> 4/27/2010 4:15 PM >>>
I wouldn't think you'd need to enable allow looping.  Should just be
able to add a condition of "subject contains *" to the rule to get it
to work for every message from a sender instead of just the first one.


On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 3:09 PM, Chad Griewahn <Cgriewah at mitssupport.com> wrote:
> We have managers that want to start to put auto reply rules in place that
> ALWAYS reply to any and every inbound message.  Obviously this is not
> considered a good idea but we have been overridden by management and now
> must support this.  We do want to avoid possible loops of course and due to
> the way our multiple gateways and domains are configured, must do this with
> a GW rule.  For the rule to work as requested, it seems that we will need to
> enable the "Allow reply rules to loop" option.
> I am wondering if there is a better way...?  Has anybody else needed to
> support an always auto reply rule?  Should the auto reply rule say to be
> "from" a noreply type account we create in GW?
> Chad Griewahn
> Infrastructure Engineer / Integrator
> Booth Newspapers
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