You could do that with an email alias piped to a script in sendmail, or with dot-qmail in qmail. And of course a script to parse the messages for the required sender addresses and take the required action.
Seems that it would be easier for qmail to actually bounce the messages, although sendmail or qmail could drop the messages to /dev/null equally well.
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