And it is of course of limited use - it wont be long before spam mailers start adding a
bunch of X- headers strings people use to try and filter spam.
I usually end up adding these people to a kill list, especially if it does not come via an
I have seen similar emails being used as email address harvesters for those that
On 3 May 2002 at 15:26, Vince Negri wrote:
> A mail I just sent to the list got a reply from one Sean
> > I've been getting far too much spam (unsolicitied bulk email) recently.
> > order to protect myself, I'm automatically deleting all my mail messages
> > they contain the text "not-spam" somewhere in the mail header. You sent
> > attached message, but (because "not-spam" was not found) it was deleted
> > I recieved it.
> I can't add custom headers from my email client at work :-/, and I don't
> starting every post I send to the list with "not-spam" in the title!
> Any suggestions?
If you have a difficult task, give it to a lazy person... they will find an
easier way to do it.