[SpamCop-List] Re: spam?
jg at coks.net
Thu Nov 24 10:30:19 EST 2005
On 11/24/2005 9:11 AM Mike Easter scribbled:
> jg wrote:
> Remember the 'rule'. First look at the headers before you even think
> about looking at the body.
> Those headers are straightup, no bogosity, From = source = messageid
> source. The headers even contain some interesting Xlines about fedex
> hiring. And the From = the spamvertised site.
> All of that causes one to think that the item doesn't think it is
> 'intending' to be spam.
> So, that makes me think that fedex contracts out to this outfit to find
> them applicants for a job, and the hire.com outfit thinks it has a right
> to spam some kind of targetted mailing list -- or the hire.com 'process'
> decided to do something like pay someone a 'commission' based on the
> number of eyeballs which hit the page
yes and the thing that is curious is that FedEX doesn't seem like the
type of outfit to do business in this fashion...
>>The links appear dead.
> This isn't
guess I missed that one, but the others???...
>>AFAICT, sungard is a s/w company affiliated with inflow.
> sungard is the domainname for the notify for
> Authoria, Inc.
who, according to their site, "...is the leading provider of integrated
strategic Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions helping employers
increase the business value of their workforce."
> NetRange: 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
I miss where sungard comes in here, but this whole thing is really a bit
convoluted for legit operation, isn't it?
And I can only assume it is in fact legit, even though spam...
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