Lately I've been setting random spam messages to my iCloud email address from random and sometimes spoofed legitimate hosting sites. All of them had "reply to" indicators directing to an @gmx.com, @gmx.us email address. Also noticed that the "from" and "to" sections are usually the same spam email address. How is that possible? My email isn't even in the "to" field. Im trying to get mail to show the exact email, but can't figure it out. One email came from "@prrimus.ca" which appears to be a spoofed version of "primus.ca" email address. How can I make its real address show in mail so I can block it? You can see in the included screenshot that both "to" and "from" are the same, neither are obviously my email address. Ive reported them as junk by forwarding them to firstname.lastname@example.org as apples website states and set up a filter to auto delete any emails originating from them. Still sucks that theres no block button we can just tap upon receiving junk email in iCloud.