I am using Thunderbird to send replies to ebay messages - ebay essensitally use a psuedo username followed by 'at' [url removed, login to view] and use the psuedo name to route the message through to the correct users ebay message box. About 5% of the time ebay send a response to say they could not redirect the message, ebay technical support cannot fix this as and have agreed that from my side everything is technically sound and they are getting my messages in the correct format.
I want to be able to automatically resend the original message to the original email address (ie xxx 'at' [url removed, login to view]) everytime I get a rejection notification from ebay.
The format of the ebay message is always the same, the failure comes from 'failurenotice at [url removed, login to view]' and the subject line contains 'Your recent message to xxx at [url removed, login to view] was not delivered'.
Essentially the software needs to identify the xxx at [url removed, login to view] part of the subject line and then resend the last message that was sent through thunderbird to that email address immediately.
For those worried about spamming ebay, ebay take about 20 minutes to generate teh failure notice and indeed in their email they recommend resending the message again. They also have agreed an auto resend tool is an acceptable solution to this issue.