RE: Spam problem

From: Dale Ireland (
Date: Mon Jan 05 2009 - 22:25:48 UTC

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    That is interesting because my e-mail address was just stolen one week ago
    and used as a "spoof" address for a number of mass e-mails. Perhaps just
    coincidence. Usually such incidents just blow over and you don't even have
    to change your address unless you find you have been blocked as a spammer by
    many sites.
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: Robert Holdsworth [] 
    > Sent: Monday, January 05, 2009 1:58 PM
    > To: Seesat List
    > Subject: OT: Spam problem
    > I have received a spam email purporting to be from myself 
    > with a very unpleasant and pornographic title.
    > It is highly possible my email address could have been 
    > obtained from the Seesat listing on the web though of course 
    > this is only one of a number of possibilities.
    > There is a definite clue to the origin of this message in the 
    > header and obviously I will be following that up with the 
    > appropriate ISP if possible.
    > If other list members get such emails appearing to be from me 
    > I would be grateful if they would notify me if possible, with 
    > the header details if available (it is possible to get the 
    > header details without opening it by using "properties."
    > However it also means that legitimate mails from me to the 
    > list could get flagged as spam by some ISPs so grateful if 
    > you could bear this in mind: I have had this done by my ISP 
    > to some postings from other members to the list.
    > Robert
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