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Re: Apparent Junk Mail

John Levine (
2 Jun 2005 21:19:22 -0000

> Notice the original message has
> in the To header, so perhaps someone at your end could check to see
> who would have gotten the original message.

As Pat noted, that was a Usenet message ID scraped off the net many
years ago.

Those addresses get a fair amount of spam, and since they're easy to
recognize they go into my spamtrap where they're logged and if it's
from a source the spamtrap can figure out, it sends off a complaint.



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