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Most spam is sent to non-existent addresses, but that can still generate annoying messages for genuine users.

It's reported that as much as 97 per cent of email consists of spam, viruses, phishing or similar "malicious" content. That seems a lot. One of the reasons the figure is so high is that the vast majority of spam is sent to addresses that just don't exist, have never existed, ...

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