Re: ..bouncing incorrectly addressed mail
> This is a security issue, as it allows spammers to identify real email addresses in an organization. If it doesn't bounce, it's a real address.
That's such a 1990s strategy.
- So many email addresses at companies are publicly listed everywhere that this isn't a useful "secret" to protect (see "security through obscurity")
- Anti spam systems are smart enough nowadays to block dictionary attacks - have been for a looong time
- Anti spam systems are pretty good at actually stopping the spam too even if you know the adresses