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Today I set my filters the opposite of what I have been, from "if the #*$!x contains" to "if the subject doesn't contain". So if the subject isn't directly related to ten products I sell , or from my affiliates it's off to the trash and be damned......
All other emails bounce with "Sorry, due to spam, this address is blocked. Please use [my_domain...] to contact us."
That way, legitimate people will at least have the contact method if they still want to contact me.
And yes, I may lose some people because of it, but it was just getting out of hand.
(It still is out of hand on some of my other domains.)
I can't imagine putting a mailto: up on a website now, and it amazes me that so many people are still doing this.