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Topic # 138651 12-Jan-2014 12:51
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Hi. I want to cancel my Orcon for life email account. I am no longer with Orcon but the odd person still sends me email. (even thou. I have told them many times...) I would much prefer they got a bounced email message. Can't find anything on Orcons site.

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Peter.

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  Reply # 965427 12-Jan-2014 13:07
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Can't you just set up an auto reply?

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  Reply # 965470 12-Jan-2014 13:50
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I re-directed all my emails to my new ISP.
You can do this yourself online:
Go to My Orcon > email settings > mail filters > forwarding




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  Reply # 965475 12-Jan-2014 13:58
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Beavis: Hi. I want to cancel my Orcon for life email account. I am no longer with Orcon but the odd person still sends me email. (even thou. I have told them many times...) I would much prefer they got a bounced email message. Can't find anything on Orcons site.

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Peter.


Or pm me your account number and I will totally, irreversibly and finally remove your Orcon mailbox for you. But it will go without any forwarding....




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  Reply # 965488 12-Jan-2014 14:21
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I will get it removed as normally only thing I get on it is spam.

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Peter.

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  Reply # 965577 12-Jan-2014 17:34
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Beavis: I will get it removed as normally only thing I get on it is spam.

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Peter.


Done




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  Reply # 967106 14-Jan-2014 20:48
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Great! It now bounces mail with
550 unknown user.

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  Reply # 967198 14-Jan-2014 22:55
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Beavis: Great! It now bounces mail with
550 unknown user.

Thanks
Peter.


I should clarify that this is exactly what the poster wanted :-)




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