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Why is there no "return to sender" option for unwanted emails?

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The unethical ones who send bulk emails don't give their real email address, so replying to their email can be flooding their target victim with unwanted emails. The "reply to" field and the "from" field in the email can be changed with most email
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All you have to do is reply to it with history, but you don't want to do that. That confirms your email address as active and will get you on every spam list there is. Your junk email
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If you are using webmail, go into Settings and under the Spam Controls category is a section called "Spam Filters by address. You can list specific email addresses to block
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There are a number of reasons why email might be returned. The most common situations will be described here. A frequent reason for a returned message is that the sender mistyped
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