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- From: Stephen Dolloff
- Date: Fri Aug 15 12:23:54 1997
Well, I just got another different one yesterday. It goes on for about 20
pages, but I've listed the headers here.
from web1.asia1.com.sg (web1.asia1.com.sg [184.108.40.206])
by mail.mc.net (8.8.6/8.8.2)
with ESMTP id NAA16092 for <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Thu, 14 Aug
1997 13:37:38 -0500 (CDT)
(1Cust124.max67.los-angeles.ca.ms.uu.net [220.127.116.11]) by
web1.asia1.com.sg (8.8.5/8.8.5) with SMTP id CAA15949; Fri,
15 Aug 1997 02:20:50 +0800
from mips-1.sailahead.com (mips-1.sailahead.com
[18.104.22.168]) by samsung.co.kr
(8.8.5/8.6.5) with SMTP id GAA03731 for
<Net_Users@in_cyberspace.com>; Thu, 14 Aug
1997 11:03:16 -0600 (EST)
Thu, 14 Aug 97 11:03:16 EST
A Word About Exciting Hih-Tech & Industry
Authenticated sender is <email@example.com>
We at Samsung welcome all Internet subscribers to visit our web
sites to meet the real Samsung, the high-tech and industrial leader!
Or write to us c/o:
> On Tue, 12 Aug 1997, Dana Hudes wrote:
> > Mea maxima culpa and an apology to Samsung and its law firm.
> > I'm a bit too touchy about spam having had quite a bad experience
> > with it as previously described on this list. This explains but
> > does not
> > excuse my firing off without investigating first.
> > I have read the CyberTimes article, which is NOT in today
> > (8/12/97)
> > NY Times (nor yesterday), which I've read completely.
> > I subscribe to the paper edition and read it
> > or skim it daily 7 days (I'm a New Yorker, some say Times
> > subscription
> > is a residency requirement, at least on the Upper West Side :-)
> > ).
> To save the few old timers still reading the list ......
> What on earth has this to do with nanog?
> Have we completely given up talking about network operations now?
> --- David
> It's *amazing* what one can accomplish when
> one doesn't know what one can't do!
(Systems Administrator - McHenryCom)