I've been saving these emails as "save as file" and then sending in bulk to firstname.lastname@example.org. Haven't had any rejected. I simply then go back in to my files and delete them once they've been sent. Yesterday got 11 Mcafee & 3 bitcoin. Have tried all the suggested filter rules without success. Last time we were inundated the filter on lower 4th Oct 2020 date worked, doesn't appear to this time around as lots of these Mcafee ones have that date showing when you view source.
Don't know about anybody else, but the Tide seems to be slacking. I only received one spam email yesterday and none today....! (and it is not my new Spam filter rules either ; nothing has been 'caught')
Thanks for copying these Stanl. I've compiled a list of the domains and added them to my own (lengthy) list. During the last deluge 6 months ago, I had some success with domain names rather than whole email addresses when setting filters. With zero help from VM themselves, it is a matter of trial and error. If I get any results I'll post an update.
I too "save-as .eml" and forward as (multiple) attachments, but send any scum-spam to email@example.com with great success. The domains have so far been blocked, with virtually zero crud getting to me at all over the last few months since I started to send to them.
I have a trickle of spam from 'McAfee' but not the flood reported elsewhere. So far, no bitcoins or messages from ladies offering various services. Like Boothy99, I set up a filter a while ago when there was a previous flood.
I have recently experimented with the Reject All Spam filter but, as reported earlier, found it made no difference. I have reverted to having spam placed in the Junk folder, Virgin's default position. It seems that the change in default position by VM to placing spam in the junk folder happened years ago, not recently.