John Wood <[log in to unmask]> wrote (in <00a401c351c6$dd11c690$1501020a@u
cc.ac.uk>) about 'rapid fire messages - Spoofing?', on Thu, 24 Jul 2003:
>John Woodgate wrote:
>Well, no, it may not. It's quite possible to forge headers, using
>naughty software. In fact, that's how messages are faked to appear to
>come from someone else than the true sender. I get one or two spam
>messages a day that appear to come from me!
>Or perhaps you are lucky enough to be receiving e-mails from yourself from a
Since that is not archaeology, and thus OT, I'll refrain from replying.
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