[OSM-dev] Spam from OSM server?
tom at compton.nu
Fri Feb 8 00:58:47 GMT 2008
In message <20080207221710.GE11273 at lochewe.mathy.remote.org>
Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> For all I can see, this mail really originated at the OSM mail server,
> and it was routed to my mail address, despite being addressed to
> "talk-za" of which I am not a member.
No it didn't - it originated at 126.96.36.199 by the looks of it.
> At first I thought, maybe someone has sent spam to talk-za using my
> address as the sender and the above is Mailman's rejection message,
> but in that case both the To: and Subject: headers should be
You can't believe the To: header in an email - it means more or
less nothing. The important thing is the SMTP envelope recipient
details. In this case, that was:
vote-owner at openstreetmap.org
tilesathome at openstreetmap.org
tilesathome-owner at openstreetmap.org
talk at openstreetmap.org
talk-za at openstreetmap.org
treasurer at openstreetmap.org
I assume one of those (vote-owner?) goes to you.
Tom Hughes (tom at compton.nu)
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