Jon Coulter wrote:

> Alternately, you can put this in the
> ~vpopmail/domains/domain.ext/user/.qmail file:
> 
> | /bin/cat /dev/null
> 
> This will cause cat to cat /dev/null (which takes no fileio cpu, since
> its null and empty), and exits with a clean 0, telling vpopmail that
> everything went okay.
> 
> There are many ways to do many things, isn't qmail/vpopmail great? :)


OK, I will experiment. I was worried that if I did the above the autoresponder 
would not work.

Many thanks.
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