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02.11.2003, 07:08
Ganz nett eigentlich - ich hatte mich beschwert über die Spammail und dann kam das:
hier der Original-Header der Spam
> From *@mailportal.net Sun Nov 02 xx:xx:xx 2003
> Return-Path: <*@mailportal.net>
> X-Flags: 1001
> Delivered-To: GMX delivery to xxxxxxxxxxx
> Received: from xxxxxxxxxxxxxx []
> by localhost with POP3 (fetchmail-6.2.4)
> for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (single-drop); Sun, 02 Nov 2003 xx:xx:xx +0100
> (MET)
> Received: from ([])
> by xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.de (8.12.10/8.12.10) with SMTP id
> hA2DSSQ8031546
> for <poor [at] spamvictim.tld>; Sun, 2 Nov 2003 xx:xx:xx +0100
> Received: from (HELO 1rq) [] by with ESMTP id
> BDC2AD8E3F2; Sun, 02 Nov 2003 xx:xx:xx -0100
> Message-ID: [ID filtered]
> From: "Nick Harron" <*@mailportal.net>
> Reply-To: "Nick Harron" <*@mailportal.net>
> To: xxxxx [at] xxx.xx
> Subject: Bulk email services xxxxx [at] xxx.xx .
> Date: Sun, 02 Nov 03 xx:xx:xx GMT
> X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2627
> MIME-Version: 1.0
> Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
> boundary="6E.5_C_A7D7_D_A2.D7"
> X-Priority: 3
> X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
> X-Collected-By: GMX/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> X-GMX-Antivirus: 0 (no virus found)
> X-GMX-Antispam: 5 (Score=7.817; DATE_SPAMWARE_Y2K MIME_HTML_MOSTLY
> --- Weitergeleitete Nachricht / Forwarded Message ---
> Date: Sun, 02 Nov 03 xx:xx:xx GMT
> From: "Nick Harron" <*@mailportal.net>
> To: xxxxx [at] xxx.xx
> Subject: Bulk email services xxxxx [at] xxx.xx .
> Now you can send your advertisement via E-mail to reach up to 550 million
> users worldwide. You will be receiving orders from your potential clients
> all over the world! We offer u E-mail advertising with the cheapest prices
> and the best quality. Our huge E-mail database is updated frequently and
> washed thoroughly to reach maximum deliverability of e-mails. We can also
> track the number of HTML users who open your mailings via HTML Open Rate
> Tracking. For any Further Information about our services click here
> <mailto:mailings [at] beirut.com> If you believe you received this message in
> error or would no longer like to receive emails from us.click here
> <mailto:rem0veme [at] mail.com> NB: This message is sent in compliance with the
> new e-mail bill section 301. Under Bill S. 1618 TITLE III passed by the 105th
> US Congress. This message can not be considered as Spam as long as we include
> the way to be Removed, Paragraph (a)(c) of S. 1618. Regards
> msgruhcnganxx na ptjqmm vbd h otxs odfkxqligbez fpf
hier die Antwort von der Beschwerdestelle

Already taken care of. Test send an e-mail to mailings [at] beirut.com, you will
get a nasty auto response.
We can`t tell these annoying people to stop sending you e-mail, but we can
give their potential customers a black eye.

On 11/2/03 11:14 AM, "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <xxxxx [at] xxx.xx> wrote:
nasty autoresponse

You are responding to a SPAM. One of the ways to reduce the amount of SPAM on the Internet is by not buying
anything that a SPAM offers. By responding to this SPAM, you are helping to perpetuate this problem.
We urge that you stop this activity.
Furthermore, the subject of this SPAM is selling, probably, illegal mailing list. If you are interersted
in this, you are probably a spammer yourself. Shame on you!
If you are testing to make sure that this e-mail address is indeed disabled. It is! And the subject
matter discussed by this e-mail address is in no way connected with beirut.com.