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how to get a large amount of mail coming into a mailbox

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I would like to test some things with an email account. Would anyone have ideas on how to get a large stream of mail coming into a mailbox?

I suppose I could put the same address on the To line many times as 1 way to try to fill the mailbox.

Any others? Preferably from varied sources and maybe even what would be considered spam. As part of it, I'd like to test spam filtering.

This is on a test account and test domain, so being able to turn off the spam once it starts might be difficult but not an issue.
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best idea is rather than creating bulk traffic / Spamming .

Import pst big pst into outlook..
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