Paul Oehler wrote:
It's in the qmail docs.
It isn't in there explicitly, but it says that lines starting with # are ignored, and that qmail-local will only process .qmail files that aren't empty.
Is this how qmailadmin creates a "blackhole" e-mail address?
I don't think there is a way to create a blackhole address within qmailadmin yet, but I plan to use it in the version I am working on.