Tell you what, Andy -- next time it comes back I'll forward a copy to
you. I'd be delighted if it never shows up again. I seem to recall
that its address is not simply firstname.lastname@example.org. There are some
other characters after the mg-t part. One of my email filters looks
for the string 'mg-t' and sorts it into my 'mg-t' folder. Its date is
something in 1997. The coincidence factor is too great to discounts its
origin as someone on the mg-t list.
> In a message dated 5/6/2005 10:41:18 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> Call it what you want, but it came back again a few moments ago.
> It's a
> nuisance. Its origin is Australia. It has an attached file called
> The "nuisance" part I certainly understand! But I'm not seeing it,
> either, which to me is further proof that it has nothing to do with
> this list even if the (undoubtedly spoofed) list address appears in
> the header.
> --Andy Mace
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