7/20/116:53 pm Forum Question: Can you bounce e-mail in Lion Cannot find “Bounce e-mail” in new system.. Why was it removed? —– Gary Comments: 11 Responses to “Can you bounce e-mail in Lion” Gary Rosenzweig 7/21/11 @ 12:01 am Yes, it was removed. Probably because most spammers (90%+) wouldn’t be using a real from or reply-to email address anyway. And some used false ones of innocent people who would find their inboxes filled with bounces. Mary Rosenzweig 7/22/11 @ 4:35 pm That sucks; it was the best feature in Mail. Lion sucks Joe 7/26/11 @ 4:14 pm I agree robert 7/26/11 @ 6:40 pm I think bounce should be replaced with some kind of “hunt down the originator of this message, and make their life miserable” feature. But lacking that, it was very satisfying to be able to bounce messages occasionally. Now we have nothing; if you reply with a cease and desist request, your message is likely to be returned as undeliverable. sigh. Even if it’s pointless, please give us back our bouncer. spydie 7/28/11 @ 10:06 am Use the feedback link in you mail and tell Apple. I did Jeff 8/6/11 @ 9:18 am I too only occasionally used the Bounce feature. But, when I did, it was helpful. Hopefully, Apple will restore it (or a similar feature) in a future update of Lion Mail. Even if it did not work all the time in getting messages back to the originators, there was at least a certain amount of satisfaction that I had tried. MacDoobie 10/2/11 @ 4:39 am I found some very simple instructions on restoring the function here. http://blog.afewguyscoding.com/2011/08/restoring-bounce-functionality-mail-app-lion/ woopie 12/30/11 @ 2:34 pm The feature of “bouncing messages back to sender” is gone! Now it is back ! http://download.cnet.com/Restore-Bounce-Mail-Button-To-Lions-Mail-app/3000-20429_4-75629050.html Gary Rosenzweig 12/30/11 @ 5:33 pm Keep in mind that it is not a GOOD thing to use this. Spammers won’t get your bounce. But an email using a fake (someone else’s) email address would mean that it would simply bounce and clutter up the inbox of someone else just like you. brian 5/16/12 @ 4:55 am at least that unsuspecting person will know someone is messing with their account and change their password. Gary Rosenzweig 5/16/12 @ 6:48 am That’s not the case. Almost all of the time this is because someone is just putting a random email address in the “from” field — they have no access to that email account, they are just faking it. It is easy to do. Comments Closed. View all Forum Questions Learn More From MacMost Online Course: macOS Sierra Online Course: Mac iMovie Online Course: Mac Pages Online Course: Mac Numbers Online Course: Mac Keynote Online Course: Mac Security Book: 101 Mac Tips Connect with MacMostSubscribe at iTunes to the MacMost video podcast Check out the free MacMost weekly email newsletter Follow MacMost on Facebook Get updates, news and tips on Twitter Get the free MacMost app for the iPhone and iPad MacMost SectionsVideos by Category Video Archive Top Apple-Related News Apple Rumors All Recent Apple News Virus and Malware Information Center Free iPhone Ringtones iPhone App Recommendations Quick Tips MacMost Online Courses MacMost Recommended Products Popular PagesPrintable Keyboard Shortcuts Guide to Online Password Security Uninstalling Mac Apps How to Get Free iPhone Ringtones Extending iPhone Battery Life Make Your Own iPhone Ringtones Syncing Your iPod to More Than One Computer iMovie Picture-In-Picture QuickTime Player Screen Recording Shut Down or Sleep Do Macs Need Anti-Virus? InformationAbout MacMost Support MacMost MacMost Online Courses Contact MacMost MacMost Site Map MacMost Site Policies Popular TopicsFinder • iPad • iPhone • Mac Software • iMovie • Pages • Web • Safari • Security • Numbers • Photos and iPhoto • iTunes • Keynote • iOS • Video • System Preferences • Mail • iWork • Photography • iPhone Apps • GarageBand • Mac Accessories • iPhone OS • Audio • Photos Copyright © 2006-2017 CleverMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved.