[dba-Tech] WTFO?

Haslett, Andrew andrew.haslett at ilc.gov.au
Tue Mar 16 15:11:11 CST 2004

Also, 2 rampant viruses (viri??) of late spoof the senders address, so this
is another factor which causes them.

Only need 1 person who has your email address to get infected..


-----Original Message-----
From: Francisco H Tapia [mailto:my.lists at verizon.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, 17 March 2004 1:22 AM
To: Discussion of Hardware and Software issues
Subject: Re: [dba-Tech] WTFO?

William Hindman wrote:

>...all of a sudden I'm getting a bunch of returned messages that I 
>never sent :(((((((
>...they all appear to be porn spam using a variety of names in the from 
>line but all with my dejpolsys at hotmail.com following the name which of 
>course results in me getting the ones with a bad address.
>...I'm afraid that ISPs will start to filter my hotmail address which 
>I've used for years mostly for my business contacts :(((
>...is there anything I can do?
I've been getting these as of recent too.  To keep these from returning back
into your inbox make sure you report each of them as spam, which is what
they are since you are not the one originating them.


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