Junk Mail problems


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RK

Apparently my domain address has been "hijacked" and I've
gotten hundreds of messages in the last 24 hours using
different id's to the left of the @ sign for my domain
name. Most of the junk comes to me as "Undeliverable"
or "System Administrator" returned mail.
Of course it's replies to nothing I've ever sent out.
Anyway, is there something I can set up in Outlook 2000
that will automatically send anything that comes to ????
@mydomain.com to the trash and just let the stuff
specifically addressed to (e-mail address removed) stay in
the inbox?

Obviously I'm not using my actual domain address above in
the example.
Anyway - bottom line - can I filter everything EXCEPT
what is addressed EXACTLY to one specific e-mail address
to go to the trash?

Thanks
 
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Brian Tillman

RK said:
Apparently my domain address has been "hijacked" and I've
gotten hundreds of messages in the last 24 hours using
different id's to the left of the @ sign for my domain
name. Most of the junk comes to me as "Undeliverable"
or "System Administrator" returned mail.
Of course it's replies to nothing I've ever sent out.
Anyway, is there something I can set up in Outlook 2000
that will automatically send anything that comes to ????
@mydomain.com to the trash and just let the stuff
specifically addressed to (e-mail address removed) stay in
the inbox?

A rule should be able to do that with mydomain.com as "specific words in the
recipient's address" and with an exception of "except where my name is in
the To box".

Now, I'm looking at OL 2003 for this suggestion, so the Rules wizard in OL
2000 may nt have these exact options. I don't have access to OL 2000 at the
moment or I would have checked. I imagine there are equivalents in OL 2000,
however.
 

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