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Date: 2017-01-10 09:58 pm (UTC)
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There's not really anything you can do to stop this, short of inventing a successful means of preventing spam on a global basis.

Your hunch is probably correct in that they are forging a source address rather doing anything more intrusive. Some of the bounces you're receiving may contain enough information to confirm this.

It will probably stop after a while; it always has done for me.

You can't prevent it happening again.

If you suspect it's connected to exposure of your address to websites then using unique addresses for each website least allows you to filter or disable individual addresses (and identify who's suffered a data breach) without collateral damage (assuming you use a mail provider which supports multiple addresses).
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