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Re: SPAM [Re: CALL TO ACTION - SEPTEMBER 11th - MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA!]

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Thu, 29 Jun 2000 08:48:23 -0400

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Seems that the Anti-globalists forged the " From :"  address in their
announcement.

The message from Hotmail also may be useful to those of you who are getting
spammed from the IE list.



|--------+----------------------->
|        |          abuse@hotmail|
|        |          .com         |
|        |                       |
|        |          06/29/2000   |
|        |          08:40 AM     |
|        |                       |
|--------+----------------------->
  >---------------------------------------------------------|
  |                                                         |
  |       To:     William Ewald/RTP/USEPA/US                |
  |       cc:                                               |
  |       Subject:     SPAM [Re: CALL TO ACTION - SEPTEMBER |
  |       11th - MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA!]                      |
  >---------------------------------------------------------|







Hello,

Thanks for writing to MSN Hotmail.

In response to your questions, the MSN Hotmail Terms of Service (TOS) forbids
e-mail abuse, and we
strictly enforce the TOS.

MEASURES TO PREVENT SPAM:

These are our counter-measures against unsolicited bulk e-mail,
also known as "spam":

1. We limit the number of individual recipients allowed for each e-mail message,
making MSN Hotmail ineffective for sending "spam."
2. We don't allow numeric characters at the beginning of an e-mail
address. Any Hotmail Sign-In Name beginning with a numeric
character is a forgery.
3. We include the field "X-Originating-IP: [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]" in the
header of each e-mail message that is delivered via our system. If
an e-mail message doesn't contain this field in its full headers, it
didn't come from Hotmail.
4. We maintain a full sign-in IP history for each Hotmail account.
5. We block our relay hosts so "spammers" can't use them.
6. We have been successful in taking legal action against senders
of unsolicited bulk e-mail who forge Hotmail addresses.

Note: We recommend not replying to "Remove me from this list"
addresses, as this only confirms that your e-mail address is active
and directs more unwanted e-mail to your account. And be wary of
clicking a URL embedded in an unsolicited message, as this may
reveal your MSN Hotmail address to that Web site.

Keep up with the fight against spam, check out http://www.cauce.org.

HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM RECEIVING SPAM:

Avoiding Spam: How to cut down your chances of being spammed.
If you avoid the practices below, you can reduce your chances of receiving spam.
List brokers and sometimes individual spammers use a variety of tools and
techniques to grab e-mail addresses wherever they may appear
online.
Avoid the following practices:
?    Posting to an on-line service or any Internet bulletin board.
?    Posting in a usenet newsgroup or mailing list.
?    Spending time in chat rooms or an online service that displays your
address.
?    Including yourself in an unprotected online service's member directory (the
Hotmail Member Directory is protected in that we do not display members
addresses). ?  Remove yourself from any unprotected member directory you may be
published on.
?    Open a second e-mail account, one that you can use as an address for
newsgroup and listserve publications or for posting on bulletin boards.
?    Use the Block Sender option to block the delivery of e-mail from specific
senders or domains.
?    Use the Inbox Protector feature to filter spam to your Bulk Mail folder.
?    Never reply to unsolicited e-mail with a remove request since this only
validates to a spammer that your address is current.
"Spam" is a registered trademark of the Hormel Corporation. The term spam is
commonly used on the Internet when referring to unsolicited e-mail.

REPORTING UNWANTED, ABUSIVE, OR FRAUDULENT E-MAIL:

If you're writing to report unwanted, abusive, or fraudulent e-mail,
please note that you must include the complete, unedited content of
the e-mail message in question, along with the full, unedited
message headers. E-mail programs often display short headers. To
find out how to display the full headers, please consult your e-mail
program's help system.

If you are reporting abuse from a source other than e-mail, such as
ICQ, chat, or Usenet, you must include the following information in
your message:

1. The media involved (chat, ICQ, Usenet, etc.).
2. The MSN Hotmail account involved.
3. The content of the offensive or unsolicited message.
4. Any user information you have.

Please feel free to write to [log in to unmask] and describe your
question in detail if you need additional help.  Please note that you
will not receive a reply if you respond directly to this message.

Thanks for writing to us.  Enjoy the rest of your day!

Regards,

MSN Hotmail Customer Service Representative







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