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A while ago, I made the mistake of trusting a certain small company with my
email addresses. They were since compromised and I have had thousands of
spam emails in the years since... (I told them about it; no response
One thing that would really help is to discard any emails where the "to"
doesn't match the "for" fields: 99% of my spam is like that. Can anyone tell
me what the rule for this would be? Thanks!
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