The best option is to have an extra email account available for the response mails, e.g. email@example.com. This account should also be used in the Bulkmailer application as the email sender-address, so that response mails are returned to this account.
You then retrieve mails from this account exclusively with the Feedback Module. Messages can thereby be forwarded to a different mail account.
If you have no additional mail account available, then you must take care to ensure that certain mails (namely those with "subscribe" and "unsubscribe" listed in the subject line) cannot be retrieved by a different email client. Practically all modern messaging clients (Outlook, Netscape) do also provide mail filters. You will need to set up mail filters accordingly in order to retain these messages on the Server.
Basic Settings in the Feedback Module
Most settings are applied from the BulkMailer settings when the program is started for the first time.
POP3 Server, User and Password
Enter here the name of your POP3 Server from which the mails are to be retrieved.
SMTP Server, Sender e-mail, Sender Name
Enter here the connection data which are to be used for the forwarding and rerouting of mails.
Path to the BulkMailer Address Database
Select the database file (*.bm3) to which addresses are to be added.
Path to the Exclude Database
Select the Exclude database file (Exclude.mdb). This file is located in the BulkMailer program directory
First select this item and then a time interval at which the program is to retrieve and process mails from the POP3 Server.
Saving the Settings
Then click on "Save", in order to save your settings.
The settings are saved as a profile in an INI file. You can save several profiles with different settings in different INI files.