Re: [NTO] email aliasses ?
The problem is that if an emailer finds any email server that is not
configured to prevent it, they can make it appear as if they sent it from
Your ISP may have their email servers configured properly, but there are
plenty out there that are not.
This is how the worst of the spammers keep their junk mail moving.
The only real thing you can do is if you can set nonsense email addresses to
go to a special account to receive all the junk, then you can just set that
account to check email and delete anything it gets. Or you could scan the
messages in case there is something worth keeping.
Also, you may be able to learn more about the senders if you preserve the
full email headers. This may give you a clue as to who is originating it.
MailBag has some features that should simplify this.
I have never had to deal with this, this is just what I have picked up in my
random readings of net related topics.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Scott" <bscott@...>
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2001 4:58 PM
Subject: [NTO] email aliasses ?
> Sorry to be a pain in the next ... here is what is happening to me
> anyone more knowledgeable than I have a clue as to what is
> happening my concern is that I am being labeled as a spammer ??
> From: berit@...
> To: LiisaTony23@...
> Subject: Help Parents
> Date sent: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 19:38:58 -0800
> this message came to my mail box ...
> bscott@... ....
> I have looked through my aliasses file and I cannot see anything
> wrong my ISP is saying ... that just happens ... I am just being
> parinoid ??
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