[SC-Help] Re: uncooperative spam
tjtmdREMOVE_THIS at attglobal.net
Sun Jul 4 13:26:26 EDT 2004
Glenn Daniels wrote:
> "Tanya" <tjtmdREMOVE_THIS at attglobal.net> wrote in message
> news:40E769B2.9C61A24 at attglobal.net...
> > Glenn Daniels wrote:
> etc.,etc. <snip>
> If you posted what you received, it looks like way too much
> white space in too many places... I don't have any idea how
> it came to be that way, but doubt it was intentional, more
> likely an error in the spam forging software. I attempted to
> reconstruct the intended *like I read minds?* spam message
> by doing nothing more than extracting excess white space
> and encountered no problems whatever with the resulting
> .eml. I'm guessing my reconstruction is NOT what you
> received, but it does support my previous suggestion that
> the problem in the .eml was not the work of a creative
> spammer. I have posted the reconstruction in .spam
> under your post so that you may better judge whether it
> looks like what you received. I am suspecting the white
> space I removed, removed the "uncooperative" from
> the spam as well, like losing the baby in the bath water.
the 'uncooperative' was the subject for the news group.
the original messages did not have white space (i guess that was due to
NOT using ctrl + u)
> Bottom line: looks like you received this spam in a
> damaged, "spaced out", condition which might make it
> difficult to forward if the headers failed to track because
> of the damage. No way to begin to guess where the
> damage occured.
> Query: Were you able to post/parse the spam using
> the websubmit copy-paste procedure?
i did and it / they were reported
> Apology: sorry, I don't have a clue what the problem
> might be... I can remove it, but I can't reproduce it.
> Possibly another .help reader has similar experience
> and can provide a more intelligent take on the difficulty.
> without the Mark of the Beast.
i've now posted it in .spam using ctrl + u (no white space)
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