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I receive spam mails but I'm not the correct recipient. It seems it has another mail recipient. But I receive these mails.
Can I do something?
Or can My provider do something?
How this happen?
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Question by:vage78
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Greetings, vage78.

You're probably listed as a BCC recipient.  There's very little that can be done about this.  Once a spammer has your address there's really no practical way to avoid getting spam.  You can block the spammer's address, or ask your ISP to, but they change addresses over and over, so that does little good.

Cheers!
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