Don't use "Bounce to sender" when getting SPAM. It doesn't work. The spammers can see when the bounce came. If it doesn't come almost immediately after they send it, they know it's not a real bounce and you've just confirmed your email address.<br><br>And that's assuming the sender isn't faked, which it usually is. If the sender is faked, the bounce doesn't get returned to the spammer.<br><br><br>
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