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How Do I Create a “noreply” Email?

Is it possible to create a email that has the notorious “no reply,” return address. It seems like only companies and corporations use them. Any chance that us lowly peons can return the favor?

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Joe Renzetti A A W

Comments: 2 Responses to “How Do I Create a “noreply” Email?”

    2 weeks ago

    Probably not. Companies are using professional email services to send those messages. They pay to do it. The services know who they are and are accountable for the messages they send.

    The problem is that you are using a regular normal personal email account. That is using a service, like iCloud, Google, etc. Those services don’t want you to be able to send an email with a false return address. Otherwise, spammers would do the same thing you are doing and overrun these services. So good legitimate email services won’t allow this.

    So what is the reason you want to use a “no reply” return address? If I know that, I can suggest something that can help as there are a few tricks you can use depending on what you are trying to accomplish.

    Joe Renzetti
    2 weeks ago

    I was wondering if it was technically possible. I just like being on parity with people sending me emails. Thanks Gary you’re always helpful.

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