that the email addresses they use are not their own. It may be someone else's, it may be an non-existing email address, they don't care.
Most webservers have a SPAM filter of some type. Use the Spam filter on the webserver first. I found out with the email provider I use(Gmail), I get very little SPAM messages that slip into my inbox. I then go to the webserver and tell it that it's SPAM and never see it again.
There are other programs out there that also help.
If using an email program you can read the headers by:
Opening the email
click on view
click on message source
How can I find the properties of an individual message in Outlook 2002? For my spam filter, I am blacklisting individual domain names (as *@domain.com) instead of complete specified email addresses. So before listing each server, I need to find that property of each received message before filtering it from further arrival.
And I know that false addresses often are displayed in the status box at the top of each message. So what path can be taken for accessing the properties window that contains the sender's genuine address for a chosen message?