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Topic # 242100 10-Oct-2018 18:34
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I'm using Google Apps legacy and it's been bulletproof for ages.


 


Today I noticed that my GZ notifications weren't working and it turns out that the catch-all email address functionality seems to have broken. It's still configured in google apps, but I'm now getting bounces for anything but the primary email address. Google handle the MX records for the domain.


 


The bounce is from mailer-daemon@googlemail.com


Anyone else noticing anything like this at the moment?


Cheers - N


 


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  Reply # 2105830 10-Oct-2018 18:35
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  Reply # 2105847 10-Oct-2018 19:24
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ah! it's catch all that your broken on, that explains it..

 

 

 

I explicitly use wildcard addresses as I've got other family on my mail domain





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