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I am receiving tons of returned emails that I had never sent before. Is there any way to stop it? It seems that my email auto sent to some email address that block my email address.Thanks in advance.

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closed as not constructive by ceejayoz, Tonny, mgorven, mdpc, Greg Askew Mar 11 '13 at 17:27

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Most likely you receive bounces as a reaction to spam mails, that a spammer is sending with your email address as From: address.

For more informations see e.g. (as commented by ceejayoz ).

As a workaround you may:

  • use a filter rule in your Mail User Agent (e.g. Thunderbird)
  • use a sieve filter rule, if your Mail Delivery Agent (e.g. Dovecot) support this
  • use procmail to filter out this messages
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Thank you so much.If I sent an email to and it failed, so I get returned email like that :[From]Mail Delivery System.....................This message was created automatically by mail delivery software..........How can I stop it in Cpanel. Thanks (I mean turn it off whenever my email sending unsuccessful) – Tung Can Mar 11 '13 at 16:48

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