Re: Оффшоpы, оншopы и eвpoпейские кoмпaнии
On Qui, 16 Dez 2010, Paul E Condon wrote:
I can't read Cyrillic, but the From: line contains <email@example.com>
which doesn't seem to be a Russian address. Also the content is
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=Windows-1251
And multiple occurances of the strint
"International Consulting Group"
I suspect this is spam from a badly configured mailer.
But I say this more in a spirit of trying to provoke a response from someone
who is more skilled than I in researching this kind of thing.
Just by the structure of the e-mail it seems quite clear that it's
spam. No need to understand Russion or the Cyrillic alphabet.
Hypochrondria derived from not having medical insurance.
-- Douglas Coupland, "Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated
Eduardo M KALINOWSKI