Well, OK, I guess I stand corrected ... but in my own defense, I've had
e-mail for about two years, and this is the first time I've seen that trick,
or even known it was possible. In light of recent events, I hope that my
conclusion-jumping is at least understandable.
>From: Tirl Windtree <rannirl@...>
>Subject: Re:  VIRUS WARNING
>Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2000 21:33:19 -0400
>On Mon, 12 Jun 2000 22:28:53 Eric Hamell wrote:
> > Just today I received an e-mail, allegedly from my own address, with the
> > subject line "Tired of spam?" Since I can see no explanation for this
> > than some kind of virus, I thought I'd warn people.
>Actually this is a fairly common practice of spammers. It makes it harder
>for non-technical users to trace the spam and complain about it. It is
>unlikely to be a virus in this case.
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