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Re: Spam on debian-devel



D-Man was said to been seen saying:
> 
> I am curious as to how the message can morph like that, but anyways ...
> 
	Quite simple really... If you have your mail server configured to
add your domain if there is no domain in the header (ie- "From: blah" rather
than "From: blah@loser.com") then it will do this and each server configured
to add the domain will see it as being sent from their domain... So it's
simply a matter of reconfiguring your mail server(s) to not exhibit this
behavior.

	Respectfully,
	Jeremy T. Bouse
	UnderGrid Network Services, LLC

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