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Tue May 11 09:59:43 PDT 2004
On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 09:34:25AM -0700 or thereabouts, Buck at buck-jones.com wrote:
> I am getting hundreds of spam with return addresses on it from MY server..
> the ip addresses are different and they didn't originate from my server .
> now I am getting notices from AOL and other they are going to stop
> excepting mail from me...while this is no loss to me, I see a problem
> here... is there anyway to stop this, anyone to call,,,,anything to do?
you neglected to add basic info, as... do you run your own mail server, or
do you go through your ISP? In any event, if they did not originate from
your computer/server, you are the victim of a joe-job, google for it.
There is nothing really you can do, except to notify the ISPs IP addresses
where the spam is originating from..
> I also have a woman getting mail from a sick person with the address and
> return the same as her address. the police, FBI, are no help..
so, give her a new email address, and cancel the old one, and notify the
ISP of the IP address where the "sick person" is coming from. .
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