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That is simply a case of forged email headers. The sender of the spam
probably had you in the bcc: field. The bcc: field is usually invisible.
Jeff Domeyer wrote:
| Speaking of smtp and mass mailings ;) Anyone have any insight on spam to
| the msu domain in which you receive spam, but the "to" field actually
| contains the email address of the person lexicographically before your
| own msunetid?
| I would assume I would have received said spa(s)m either way, but it is
| annoying when my name isn't even in the "to" field. The message headers
| also contain very little insight into why this is happening. Anyone else
| have this issue? Or am I "unique"?
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