I am using Atlassian Cloud for both Confluence and JIRA. For JIRA my users have gotten into the habit of commenting by replying to notification emails, but as I understand it this feature is not available in Confluence (CONF-5002) and they must use the "reply"' link to log into the Confluence website. The problem is that when users accidentally reply to the Confluence email (which comes from email@example.com) they do not get it bounced back and are not aware that their comment has been lost.
Is there a way I can set up an auto-reply or bounce response on firstname.lastname@example.org so they will know they have made a mistake?
From Confluence side the only way to achieve that would be trough Confluence code customization (and I don't know in which part of the code). As cloud don't have a option for that and neither allow code customization the simple answer would be nope .
The only option I could think would be creating a rule on the exchange server side based on a certain condition (header/sender/subject):
Besides that all you could do is to vote for that feature and add your thoughts in there to increase it's relevance.
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