Maybe a total non-starter right now but I think the idea is more a
long term one.
If you were to own your own domain (backscatter.fr ?) you could set
the SPF records to say that mail should only come from the SMTP points
you use. Many mailservers will then reject (not bounce) mail that
comes from the SMTP point in Vladivostok you don't use.
You'd still need somebody to host your email for you if you're not
going to do it yourself. Google Apps is a great, free option.
All that said, SPF has its critics
| Its near the bottom of a very long to-do list. You might try
| looking at that. http://www.openspf.org/ for more information
total non-starter (assuming I'm understanding
the idea correctly). I don't control any of
the relevant e-mail servers, or more accurately,
I don't own the domain to which the bounces are
being sent (i.e., the domain used in the forged
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