Recently started receiving torrent of spam emails immediately after ISP (Charter-Spectrum) switched to an upgraded Email system. Five of my ISP email addresses getting the same spam every day. Some kind of UTF-8 coding is used to hide detection of text in the From and Subject lines but all have different (spoofed & hidden) From addresses. The only thing consistent in all these 100+ emails is that they all have
@response.foxnews.com in the Message-ID header line.
Is there any way I can filter-out these emails by screening-out all emails with
@response.foxnews.com in the Message-ID header line using Outlook or using some interfacing email-spam-cleaner software? Is there any email-spam-cleaner software that allows filtering based on any header line entry? Is there some interfacing third-party email-spam-cleaner software that can do this? One that will interface with Outlook Express or with my ISP?
In this age of global spam epidemics why are the filtering and junk-mail screening option so limited that they are largely useless?
I use Outlook Express, which does not have as many options as the full Outlook product. Also, when I talk about email "headers", I am referring to FULL header lines. Most Email programs allow filtering of To, From, Subject header lines, but with the highly complex spam nowadays one needs to be able to filter ANY line in a full header, especially the "Message-ID" header line.