Re: Any spam from email@example.com at vim_dev?
- I haven't got spams from those addresses.
On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 01:53:39PM -0800, Gary Johnson wrote:
> Sorry. Here's more detail. The bottom line is that both spam
> messages were in response to messages I sent to vim_use. I have no
> record of receiving any in response to messages sent to vim_dev, but
> I deleted a number of those 139.com messages.
@... is what China Mobile uses. And that seems to be the same kind
that I once received from other mail addresses sent to other lists (the
host name in 'From:' or 'Sender:' mail header of the spams is owned by
Tencent company). These seem to be auto-reply mails configured by some
careless users. AFAIK, nobody has ever successfully contracted with the
> One message had a date line of
> Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 23:09:18 +0800 (CST)
> the body was only HTML, the subject line and body were mostly
> Chinese except for my name and this snippet in ASCII:
Would you like to post the Chinese text if you want to know more?
> 13657854020@... Re: vim: who/where/when set my ft?
The user name part is the mobile phone number :D (prefix it with +86 if
not calling from China mainland).
Many Chinese mail service providers never seem to know how a mail list
works, and they continously annoy me, either by auto replies, or replies
without 'In-Reply-To' header. And later some intelligent phone MUAs have
joined this group. Sigh...
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A: Because it obfuscates the reading.
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