Every day, I get at least 6-12 emails that have a very common pattern, but there doesn't appear to be any possible search syntax I can use to create rules to block these emails.
All of these spam emails are sending emails to <random_name><random_number>@aol.com. These are obviously not my email addresses and I don't use AOL. From my knowledge, there's no regex that I can use to block all emails to Altonfirstname.lastname@example.org. The source email address is always random, and the "to" addresses are always some variation of Altonemail@example.com
The other thing that I noticed is that I can clearly see this buried somewhere in the HTML of the email contents:
Again, there's no way for me to search the source email (at least to my knowledge). For example, searching for
"organising your visa" returns absolutely nothing, although these words are clearly in the body of the emails that I'm looking for.
The number of these emails are just ramping up more and more every month, and I find myself having to spend several moments every morning to clear these out, especially if I've missed a day or two.
Obviously, it's not the biggest deal in the world, but like most people, I'm trying to reduce clutter in my inbox.
Is there anything I'm missing here on how to automatically handle this from Gmail? It seems that I'm going to have to invest in a third-party app and sign in with Gmail there (not something I'd want to do for obvious security reasons).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.