My inbox gets filled up everyday with 100s of such messages.?
Delivery Status Notification (Failure)
Sent: 19 March 2010 15:04:41
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This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification. Delivery to the following recipients failed. firstname.lastname@example.org
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To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: dieter miersch
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 15:03:43 +0000
Please help me get rid of this rubbish ... cheers
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
This is kind of a dilemma. The website has links to onlinepillguide.com, which are dirtbags registered in Russia. The homepage http://noveltydiamondtools.co.in/ looks like it could really be for diamond novelty tools, although most of their links don't work. Also the domain was first registered 10-Jan-2010. So it's possible they are part of the scam, or it's possible that their website has been hacked by the Russians. ("Canadian phamaceutical" sites are not in the pharmaceutical business; they are in the credit card fraud business and rarely in Canada.)
Since your account is already trashed you might want to notify noveltydiamondtools.co.in
Their stated contact address is:
Whois listed contact is:
Okay, maybe that solves their problem. What about yours. The spammers are forging your address, and every delivery failure bounces to you. Can you report the sender of the spam? Maybe. It depends on how much data is in the delivery failure notice. Some mailservers will include the sender's full headers. That is what you want. (You don't need the full headers for the delivery failure notice per se, because the server bouncing those to you is not the offender.) If the body of the failure notice contains the full headers of the message that bounced, you can look up the IP numbers in it. Then send an abuse report to the IP of the sender of the message that had forged your address.
Look up the IP numbers using the whois of the regional internet registry (RIR). There are five in the world, and the one to use depends on the host's location. It is often a good idea to start with ARIN, because if the numbers are from outside its region, it can identify the correct region and RIR for you to try next.
U.S.A. and Canada
Asia Pacific and Australia
Europe and Mideast
With so many spams, where do you begin? Start with the most recent.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
For New Mail
Go to options -> mail options -> spam -> type the unwanted email address under add a blocked address -> click add -> click "save changes".
For Mail Classic
Go to "mail options" in the top bar -> management -> block addresses -> under "add block" enter the email address you want to be blocked. Click "add block", click "yes" to set the block.
For New Mail
Go to options -> mail options -> spam -> type the unwanted mail domain (the part after the @ sign) which you want to block -> click "add" -> click "save changes".
For Mail Classic
Go to "mail options" in the top bar -> management -> block addresses...