qmail: setting up alias to go to /dev/null?
I am trying to find a way to have all e-mail sent to a particular address to automatically be sent back or deleted. Either by sending it to /dev/null or by returning it to sender.
will simply creating a file called .qmail-address_to_block and putting a line in there that says /dev/null work?
the .qmail-spam file will contain a line that says
so anything addressed to spam will go to /dev/null? Will that work? If not, how can I do this? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.