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Re: E-mail address masquerading for archived mail messages

  • To: "Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet" < >
  • From: "Gnildir" < >
  • Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 18:11:15 -0700

hey there...  it sure is about time that I got a copy from anti-spam
group...  My name is Aaron and I am into spam fighting.  Currently, I am a
member of the Spam Brigade, a pretty tough group and enjoy kicking the
spammers off the net.  We currently have a web-site, and you may want to
check it out.  We have good contents on it. (tutorials, links to softwares
and even a kill list from out members)  So if you ever get curious of what
is on that site, feel free to check it out.

-Aaron

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet" woeber@localhost
To: mally@localhost; woeber@localhost
Sent: Monday, August 19, 2002 5:20 AM
Subject: Re: E-mail address masquerading for archived mail messages


>   Hi Mally!
>
> >Dear Colleagues,
> >
> >> When masquerading is applied, the e-mail address of the sender will be
> >> hidden in the mail archived messages. Those reading archived mail will
see
> >> a return e-mail address that appears as "somebody@localhost". When
> >> clicking on this e-mail address, the address of the original sender
will be
> >> loaded in your mail program, enabling you to send a message to the
author.
>
>   Just for clarification, this is going to have interesting side-effects:
>
>   - it's not going to work for those of us who do NOT use a web browser
>     to send and/or manage their mail-traffic, and
>
>   - even if - it seems to require JavaScript being enabled in the browser
>     which, again, some of us do not have ON by default.
>
>   This is not to say the approach is flawed, just pointing at the facts.
>
>   Cheers,
>   (and being curious how long it's going to take till
>    someone breeds a strain of 'wget' with JS support ;-)
>
>   Wilfried.
>





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