Somebody mentioned to me a long time ago that this is a feature in Outlook, but I never needed it so I'm not even sure what it's called.
I've been getting more and more mis-directed email lately, particularly from credit card companies and other corporations. It isn't spam: other people have mistakenly signed up for these services with my email address. For example, every month I get a statement notice and payment confirmation from AmEx for a guy who shares my last name and first initial.
Is there any way to reject emails like this? They aren't spam, per se, so I'm reluctant to mark them as such and wind up having legit email flagged because of it. I've tried letting them know that they have the wrong address for the person, but big companies like this don't make it easy to respond to their emails.
If I can't reject them, what's the best way to deal with this? Filter to delete mail from that sender?