Anti-spam message?

Leonard Isham leonard.isham at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 13:42:43 UTC 2005


On 11/7/05, Paul Smith <phhs80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/7/05, Gilboa Davara <gilboada at netvision.net.il> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I just replied to a message by Neil Bird <XXX at fnxweb.com> (FC4: jittery
> > DVD playback).
> > The reply was to fedora-list at redhat.com only.
> > Never the less, I got a message from AntiSpam UOL
> > <petsupermarket.sspam at uol.com.br> saying:
> > ----------------------------------------------
> > "
> > Hi,
> > You´ve just sent a message to petsupermarket at uol.com.br
> > In order to confirm the sent message, please click here
> >
> > This confirmation is necessary because petsupermarket at uol.com.br uses
> > Antispam UOL, a service that avoids unwanted messages like advertising,
> > pornography, viruses, and spams.
> >
> > Other messages sent to petsupermarket at uol.com.br won't need to be
> > confirmed*.
> > *If you receive another confirmation request, please ask
> > petsupermarket at uol.com.br to include you in his/her authorized e-mail
> > list.
> >
> > Warning! If the link doesn´t work, please copy the address below and
> > paste it on your browser:
> > http://tira-teima.as.uol.com.br/challengeSender.html?data=DRiCCD%
> > 2FZjgOUQLMJ3NiOhCv3cveuahBFncc0ESg60zM2OHt2HepDeCvXNYNqknZb%2FyfeX1K6T%
> > 2BbH%0ABjIqEuGky3TnRi3fyRFmXLJ7vnAR%
> > 2BOHEPARhoAPzBBXLQFDGv9zXIvd2lZ5GTIMRkfl6Ec5iyQ%3D%3
> > "
> > ----------------------------------------------
> >
> > Any ideas what gives?
>
> The same happens here.
>

This is an example of "If you want to use a mailing list you should
not let your anti-spam stop list e-mail or worse yet annoy the list
users"

You could be kind and jump through the hoops to help this user.

Or just ignore/filter this user.



--
Leonard Isham, CISSP
Ostendo non ostento.




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