steve at holmesgrown.com
Tue Nov 27 07:21:40 EST 2001
They might be using the Bcc: field or there may be a way to embed your
address in the envelope area as is done by list software. I also wonder if
Pine's + sign applies to Bcc as well as CC header fields.
Another note about this spam stuff, It is worth a try to expand the
headers with pine's h command and see where the mail originated from. Once
this is found, then forward the mail with headers expanded to
abuse@<provider> where provider is the originating source. I've
successfully stopped some spam this way. Unfortunately, some spam gets
here without *ANYTHING* in the headers. God knows how that got here but I
couldn't do anything with that one. Also, simply ignoring them eventually
works too unless it got so out of hand that ignoring isn't bareable.
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Rodney Clowdus wrote:
> Have any one else on this list gotten a spam e-mail from
> "hopeyou at getrich.com" ? The from: and the to: all say
> hopeyou at getrich.com. It's puzzling the fire out of me as to how it wound
> up in my mailbox when it was mailed to hopeyou at getrich.com. I use pine as
> my e-mail program and this spam does not indicate with the + sign that it
> was an e-mail sent directly to my address as suppose to the list. I'm
> assuming that it may be posted to this or another list. This is the first
> time that I have had this happen to me. I've had spam before, but they
> were either mailed to the list or to my personal e-mail address. I used
> to never get spam, but over the last few months it's slowly creeping in to
> the tune of one a week.
> Maybe some of you folks on the list are smart enough to keep out
> the spam. I hate to have to change my e-mail address if this spams grows
> like a virus. I hope there's a way to stop this before it gets out of
> control. Thanks in advance for any tips that can keep the e-mail traffic
> The Weaving Beaver
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