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New SPAM run faking one of my mailboxes, what do you do with the false “return to sender” messages?

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/03/26

It seems yesterday and today somebody tried to use the non-existing labourable account on my domain to perform a SPAM run.

For any recipients: Sorry for that, but there is not much I can do about it.

My inbox was full of  administrative “return to sender” mails.

I wonder: what do you do with those false “return to sender” mails?
Normally I delete them, because I hardly get any really follow up, and they interfere with my normal mail processing.
But: if a follow up occurs, it usually is a lot later than the SPAM run, and then it is easy to have those “return to sender” mails as a reference.

So: what do you do?


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