I get spurts of scam emails, which I try to eradicate.
Let's say that they all contain the following phrase
If an email's subject looks like that, or has any subject containing >> I just want to reject it - never know it was there - and ideally let the sender know that it hasn't landed by sending a rejection which just contains a full stop. (It must have a mandatory message for some reason). But the rejection message isn't vital.
I've tried blocking emails using the following filters - all of them I think - but none works. Is there any way of doing what I want? Some of my tries have been ...
and lots lots more. Does Virgin Media filtering do anything?
Okay this confirms the miscreants have not used unicode characters that look like >> for example ≫
Consider create the following filter rule to visually verify if it matches the subject of a message delivered to your inbox: Resulting in a matched message appearing with its flag set to a red colour (highlight below): You can test the filter rule by sending yourself a message that contains >> anywhere in its subject.