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    Posted: 04 November 2010 at 9:08pm
Sure. SpamFilter does not advertise the "DSN" parameter in the EHLO response, which would tell the remote server that DSN is not supported. Should the remote SMTP server still send DSN-related parameters in the RCPT TO command even if they are unsupported, SpamFilter will ignore them and will not pass them on to the destination SMTP server.
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Roberto, could you shed some light on whether SpamFilter will pass the DSN parameters over to the next mail server?
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Sorry, we have no plans to implement DSN in SpamFilter at the time.
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I noticed SF doesn't support rfc 1891 (Delivery Status Notifications or DSN)
Is this something in the works?

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