Many years ago, by default DH configured new accounts with a catch-all address enabled. I took advantage of this. When entering my data into a web form, I customized the address to the site I was on so I could track where spam was coming from. This would also prevent spam from getting to my main email addresses.
As time went on, DH setup razor and I began using that for spam filtering. Then they introduced the current junk filter, but will not enable it for domains with catch-alls. So I was forced to continue using razor, which was fine. Then, without warning or notice, DH removed razor completely leaving me to thwart spam client-side.
Over the past year or two, I have been slowly moving away from a catch-all on my main domains. Every time an email came in that went to the catch-all, I would go and change it or add it. A few weeks ago I setup an auto-responder for the catch-all. And now I have the catch-all set to delete all messages, but it still sends the auto-responder telling the sender to use the contact form on our site.
The issue I run into, is that DH has removed the options for spam filtering that they previously agreed to provided. This means my main addresses are still only protected client-side.
Is there a way I can disable the catch-all, but keep the custom auto-responder? Or is there a way I can control the reply to messages that bounce?