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I've just received two emails from the Piclist dated 17/5/2010, both on the same subject Low Cost DC to DC converter, both from Olin, times at 9:14 and 9:19pm.
I thought for a second maybe his computer has the wrong time stamp, then realised this would be most unlikely.
cdb, on 16/06/2011
> I've just received two emails from the Piclist dated 17/5/2010, both
> on the same subject Low Cost DC to DC converter, both from Olin,
> times at 9:14 and 9:19pm.
> I thought for a second maybe his computer has the wrong time stamp,
> then realised this would be most unlikely.
In the headers of the messages you see each server they passed through,
with the associated timestamp. This goes back to the original sender,
not only the MIT mailing list. Look at the header lines that start with
Those type of messages can come from less-than-capable spammers that
have a script run awry. The piclist is republished and archived in so
many places it's an easy target. And also if you are working on a spam
script you can use it to test your work.
On Thu, 16 Jun 2011 20:00 +1000, "cdb" wrote:
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