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I have a staff member, at a company I'm doing a little work for, receive emails with a spoofed sender's name.

That is, where she would expect to receive an email from "Known Person" <known.person@company.com>, she's actually receiving email from "Known Person" <bad@person.com>.

Because Gmail will show the name without the email address when she views the email, she sometimes doesn't notice that the email is not actually from the known person.

The known person is in her contacts with the correct name and email address.

Is there a way we can create a filter to send email for the known person's name, where the email address doesn't match the one in her contacts,to the spam folder?

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