[[alex@yuriev.com] Confirmation of your message requested]

quote
Your message to <alex@yuriev.com> was intercepted by an
automated spam reduction system based on TMDA. This happened because your
address has not been previously verified as one used by a human, as opposite
to a bloody idiot-spammer. In order to reduce the amount of junk mail
received by <alex@yuriev.com>, only messages from verified addresses
are released for delivery.
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If you are not going to accept mail from me, do not send mail to me.

Do no spam mw with this crap in any case.

(null).eml (1.74 KB)

Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr. wrote:

If you are not going to accept mail from me, do not send mail to me.

Do no spam mw with this crap in any case.

Wow!

It turns out tha message I forwarded had a "null.eml" attachment
that I did not notice and remove.

I am now being mailbombed by AV software all over the place!

Pace en Requiat email.

It turns out tha message I forwarded had a "null.eml" attachment
that I did not notice and remove.

I am now being mailbombed by AV software all over the place!

The attachment is rfc822, it has a null name. Looks ok to me.. broken AV?

Heres the offending mime-part headers:
Content-Type: message/rfc822;
name="(null).eml"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Content-Disposition: inline;
filename="(null).eml"

Theres a few ppl on list who respond regularly with these things on, and I find
it annoying and offensive (some of the comments included in the bounce messages
are less than friendly).

Stephen J. Wilcox [3/9/2004 2:35 AM] :

It turns out tha message I forwarded had a "null.eml" attachment
that I did not notice and remove.

I am now being mailbombed by AV software all over the place!

The attachment is rfc822, it has a null name. Looks ok to me.. broken AV?

At least one open source virus scanner has a cookbook config that treats .eml as an "executable attachment" and discards email that has a .eml attachment.

Makes for fun when forwarding an OE generated email using Thunderbird, I've found.

  srs