I have deactivated a user account under ‘Permissions’ in Discourse. Where it states that the user will need to reactivate their email (I am hoping that this can force them to change their email and also, not attempt to email them anymore).
The user has made posts, as they had activated their account previously via email confirmation link. I can see that the system is still emailing them with updates on thread responses, despite the fact that the account/email has been deactivated. I deactivated the account in the hopes that they will not be emailed anymore as their address hard bounces in Mandrill.
Mandrill only blacklists bad email addresses for about 14 days, so depending on them 100% isn’t wise.
If this won’t be supported, is there another way of disabling discourse from attempting to mail certain users? I can manually disable them after checking the mandrill logs. I only need to disable accounts that have been activated already, but for some reason start to hard bounce later as the email address was closed or something. For initial activation emails, the mandrill suppression blacklist is sufficient.