Re: Get a $1.99 movie rental when you sign-up for e-mail from
no_one at noplace.org
Wed Sep 29 16:02:35 EDT 2004
Thanks for the reply. I do manually munge those spams which have
embedded personal info in the body or my full name in the To: or CC: In
this case I did not munge anything manually it was sent as is. I know
that there are things in the body which link back to me but I'm not
savvy enough to know what those entries might be. I'm no programmer but
IMO munging names in the To: or CC: would not be that difficult. Just a
Mike Easter wrote:
> Perky Not wrote:
>>I have a question/suggestion regarding spamcop munging. I believe this
>>subject may have been discussed before but I can't find the reference.
>> Why doesn't spamcop munge the entire To: line. In this case and
>>others my full name is not touched but my email addy is munged. Also
>>my addy was in the body, not x at x.x but
>>This may be rather difficult to munge but it would be nice.
> This doesn't address your 'why doesn't' question - but it is a
> workaround. It is OK to premunge identifying information before the
> parse, unless the notify is going somewhere that doesn't accept munges.
> It is okay to munge your personal email address contained within links
> in the body of the spam, if SpamCop does not find and munge them, with
> one exception. If a report is going to an abuse desk that does not accept
> munged reports, you must not make even these minor changes to the spam.
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