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From: steve.wray at (Steve Wray)
Subject: SPAM and "undisclosed recipients"

> Yeah, that's exactly what I needed to know.  I have about 5 email
> accounts that I regulary check, but some SPAM came in this way and was
> hard to determine which account it went to.  By checking the received
> header more carefully I was able to determine it.  When the 
> hell are we going to have a new RFC that eliminates the possibility of
SPAM and
> makes it secure by default?  Is it really that difficult?

Call me offtopic but I do think it is that difficult; Its
occured to me that detecting spam is a variation of the
Turing Test (Google for it).

Spammers are trying to produce emails that look as if they
were produced by a human being and not by some massively automated

Something like that.

> Kris Hermansen

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