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Date: 2017-01-11 02:23 am (UTC)
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If I create a new honeytrap email address, is there any way I can prevent this from happening again? Probably not, but perhaps plus addressing or something similar would work?

Plus addressing can help, or anything which means different parties have different email addresses for you. But the way it helps is that if your honeypot address gets snagged, you can throw it away and make a new one, and you don't have to update a lot of parties.

IMO, one should not share email addresses among different online apps and social networks and services.

Definitely look into Azz's suggestion about DNS records (SPF) to help with protecting your domain from blacklisting.
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