I have been having exactly the same problem with my
domain (dougbraun.com) for several months. And
as far as I have been able to tell, there is indeed
nothing that you can do about it. It
is a fundamental weakness of the email protocols:
there is no way to check the correctness of the "from"
--- Matt Trebelhorn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My fiancee and I both have our own domains. She has
> her e-mail
> forwarded to a webmail account; I use a POP3
> Recently, we've both been getting messages bounced
> back to us that we
> never sent. It appears that spammers are spoofing
> our addresses.
> The domain registration service we use -- who also
> provides the
> forwarding service and POP3 account -- says there's
> really nothing
> they can do.
> Is there really nothing to do -- or does step #1
> involve getting a
> better registrar?