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Re: return path != from

From: Ray Van Dolson (93231@xyz.molar.is)
Date: Fri 19 Sep 2003 - 20:59:52 GMT

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    Sender being the From address? For example, in your email, the return path is
    <anomy-list+93317@xyz.molar.is> and From is your email address. Seems
    like a lot of valid email would fall under this category...

    On 19 Sep 2003 at 13:40, Jesse Millan wrote:

    >
    > 99.9% of spam emails return path is not the same as the sender. Why
    > doesn't anomy assign positive hits when the the return path is not the
    > same as the sender.
    >
    > I know _some_ legitimate email would do the same but...
    >

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