The first step is to admit you have a problem
Not the greatest WTF, but what the hell, i'll post it anyway
Well, this is the first spam email that i've ever seen try to admit that it is spam:
Kemp last edited by
AFAIK, that tag will have been added by the email system at google in order to tell you it thinks it's spam.
nope, that's why i have a spam folder, gmail automatically moves spam there
cconroy last edited by
Hey, Truth in Advertising, for once! Or maybe they're just trying to use reverse psychology to get you to read it.
neven last edited by
This looks like an ISP-inserted tag. Was the email forwarded to your Gmail address from another account?
nope, it was sent directly to my gmail account, this is the first time i've seen anything like that
mallard last edited by
Could be that whatever open relay they are sending through does spam checking on outgoing mail... The real WTF is that the administrator of an open relay is competent enough to do that...
merreborn last edited by
[quote user="mallard"]Could be that whatever open relay they are sending through does spam checking on outgoing mail... The real WTF is that the administrator of an open relay is competent enough to do that...
You also have to wonder, if you run an open relay, and can tell something is spam... why don't you just delete it?
stdennis last edited by
my ISP also inserts <SPAM> in front of emails it considers MIGHT be spam.
Emails that it KNOWS are spam are moved to a SPAM folder automagically.
mercurysquad last edited by
wow you even fuzzed out the number of emails and spam mails....! privacy...privacy
RayS last edited by
[quote user="mercurysquad"]wow you even fuzzed out the number of emails and spam mails....! privacy...privacy
but that's not enough for the truly paranoid, though. Knowing the font
& size in use and having a guess at the blurring algo., I'm sure
you can do some analysis on the blur distribution to recreate the
To be really secure, he should have drawn a black rectange over it, printed it out..... (you know the rest)