I have a client that is getting an unheard of amount of bounce backs. No of the emails are originating from inside but someone outside is using her email address as the from address in Microsoft Express. How can I stop all of these bounce backs.
Again I confirmed that the email is not being sent from inside my network, but the bounce backs are coming back to her email
is there something on the exchange server or Trend Spam Filter that I can block these?
If you are sure they are not coming from your or your clients own LAN or email servers then it sounds like you may not be using SPF (sender policy framework). SPF is infomation in DNS for the email domain
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