Re: Request for information
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On Fri, Aug 17, 2018 at 12:49:22AM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Friday 17 August 2018 00:35:30 Dan Ritter wrote:
> > But in this particular case, I think it was probably a spammer
> > or scammer looking for targets.
> > -dsr-
> Entirely probable.
Yep, looks like that. I studied the headers, and did a little
superficial research: "Pilgrim Quality Solutions, Inc." seems
to actually exist , although it seems highly improbable that
someone writing officially on their behalf writes from an address
The other thing which sticks out is -- DKIM, Spamhaus et al. are
all fine -- no wonder since the mail is coming from Google. The
result of all those anti-spam contortions à la DKIM and SPF seems
to be that the Big Boys get the monopoly on spam -- as if they
hadn't enough monopolies already.
Sometimes I'm glad I'm *that* old. Apologies to the younger ones
for leaving behind such a stinkin' mess. Honestly: we believed
we were creating something great.
- -- tomás
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