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SaraH781
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I want to know how I can send a Constant Contact without getting all the "Out of Office" messages. I've done it before and believe I put a No Reply as both the From and Reply To address, correct?

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William_A
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Hello @SaraH781 ,

 

Any address where you're okay having it be the dumping grounds for such auto-replies can be used as your From / Reply-To address. Most email programs will only use the From address for their mailbox full / OOO etc. auto-replies. 

 

Please bear in mind that we are unable to verify noreply (and similar) role addresses due to how harshly email programs' security algorithms treat them, which in turn can affect overall delivery rates for us and our other customers.

 

See also:

Verifying addresses for accounts


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