Re: New molluscum treatment device
Read the headers, he's posting from msn.com It's trivial to fool the From
line, not-so-trivial to fool the msg-id, X-envelope-sender, or received
headers. When dealing with spam, I can guarantee that they're futzing
with the headers, especially in light of the recent laws on the
subject--when's the last time you saw perfectly legal spam: a denoter in
the subj line, clear removal instructions, and clear contact information?
On 3 Oct 2000, Ben Pfaff wrote:
> Andrew Lenharth <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Funny, I've never heard of this person in my department (note his fake
> > email address).
> He's also been posting some of these as coming from
> pilot.msu.edu. Just an asshole, I guess.
> > Andrew Lenharth
> > who really is writing from cs.washington.edu
> Ben Pfaff
> who really is writing from .msu.edu
> > On 3 Oct 2000 Bruce.Evans@cs.washington.edu wrote:
Customer: "I'm running Windows '98" Tech: "Yes." Customer:
"My computer isn't working now." Tech: "Yes, you said that."
Who is John Galt? email@example.com, that's who!