My email account was recently hacked and the hacker subscribed me to thousands of newsletters, various online accounts, etc. I started to go through the emails and unsubscribe one by one and soon realized that this will take forever. I noticed a junk email option that blacklists the email sender. If a new email is sent by a sender on the blacklist will it appear as a bounced email on the sender’s host server and trigger a halt to future emails?
jueves 12 agosto 2021 :: 2046hrs (UTC +01:00)
Sorry to hear of your situation.
Emails that you receive that are blacklisted are not bounced and in all probability the senders email will be a spoof.
The blacklist will either be the full email address or the domain, and if you try to do this yourself you will be facing an impossible task.
The action you take is dependant upon several things:
Your ISP and the facilities they provide to block spam/spoof/blacklist email
Is your email business or personal?
You could simply dump your email address, perhaps not practical.
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¡Saludos desde la soleada España!