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Subject: Re: E-mail from Korea, China or Taiwan no longer accpted
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Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 22:29:06 -0500
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"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 16:42:29 -0800,
> Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name ,
> In Newsgroup: alt.binaries.schematics.electronic,
> Article: ,
> Entitled: "Re: E-mail from Korea, China or Taiwan no longer accpted",
> Wrote the following:
> |In article , Jim-
> |T@analog_innovations.com mentioned...
> |> The "funny" thing is I don't get this type of spam from SEA, mine are
> |> all in English.
> |> Most of the spam touts American businesses but uses SEA origination
> |> points.
> |If you investigate further, you will find that they don't originate
> |there, they are being relayed thru there.
> |> ...Jim Thompson
> Most likely. The headers generally show an SEA point as the hand-off
> to my son's server, and nothing before that.
The email addresses are often forged (so are sometimes meaningless), but
it is really odd that I do get so much of the non-English mail (even alot
of spanish stuff.)