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From: khermansen at ht-technology.com (Kristian Hermansen)
Subject: SPAM and "undisclosed recipients"

I have a small question about SPAM emails that are sent to "undisclosed
recipients".  Does this just mean that the server stripped the header before
sending it to my account?  I don't understand how it could make it to my
server, let alone my email account, if nothing was specified.  Does this
raise any security issues?

 

 

Kristian Hermansen

CEO - H&T Technology Solutions

khermansen@...technology.com

 

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