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Date: 2017-01-10 11:36 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] azurelunatic
The technical term to research is "joe job"; apparently someone named Joe was involved somewhere in the first documented incidence of this thing happening.

First, is it an email address from a domain that you control? (e.g. if I still had it, from my whatever@azurelunatic.net address, vs. my @gmail)

If it's from a domain you control, there are settings that you can make in the text records of the domain name to make it a less attractive target, and to help validate to mail servers that no, seriously, all this spam isn't coming from you.

If it's *not*, then, alas, nothing really you can do except to filter the bounces as best you can.
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