At 15:47 2003-02-18 -0500, Don Hammond did say:
[snip - mismatching From: and envelope]
I'm not suggesting this is a frequent occurrence, or even one that
should be allowed for in filters, just that there are legitimate
Fine. Which is precisely why it is merely _spammish_, and adjusts the
weight of a message a small bit. I don't use it as a 100% indicator of
spam, and, given the context of this entire discussion, it should be
obvious that I'm not suggesting that it is.
Now, so long as you avoid sending me nigerian scam messages from
info(_at_)bizopportunities(_dot_)com espousing viagra alternatives, you probably won't
and family (non-spammers) to change their email habits so they quit
looking like spammers.
From: == To:
Seems to be a popular one for some people who do their own BCC mailing
lists. Thus, it is merely a contributory rule.
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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