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Is there a way to block a specific email address on Gmail, which would return a "address not found" server message to the sender (eventhough that email address exists on server)?

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You can't do that in a sense because then Google would be lying. Google does the right thing. It won't return a "address not found" server message to the sender (even though that email address exists on server).

You can create a filter that automatically deletes that person's email as it comes.

You might call that "blocking" which is basically you censoring that email address.

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