I've just tried reporting yet another scam email claiming to be about Dragon's Den (yeah, right), which still seem to be getting through the spam filters (but not my own rules as I divert them to a separate folder for dealing with).
However, despite sending another email earlier today successfully, my latest email has just been rejected by BT as follows:
We could not deliver your message as the email provider of the person you were trying to send to has rejected it. If you have tried to send to multiple people, we have listed the people who did not get the message below and the reason.
Your message was rejected by smtpe1.intersmtp.com for the following reason:
5.5.0 550 5.7.1 Requested action not taken: message refused
The following recipients did not receive this message:
Hi @andydenyer thanks for raising this, @JohnC2 reported to the team responsible for the inbox and they are getting that looked into. They've confirmed that if the emails are being rejected they most likely contain malicious content and they have recommended that you should delete them.
Have the email team not got any clue at all? Do they not see the stupidity of having a system of reporting dodgy emails that rejects forwarded dodgy emails. You couldn't make it up!!!