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From "Luis HernĂ¡n Otegui" <luis.ote...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: sender name same as recipient name
Date Mon, 24 Sep 2007 21:58:37 GMT
Hi, feral

2007/9/24, feral <jc@calvertdesign.com>:
>
>
> Sorry if this is a well-known issue... first I have encountered it.
>
> I am using SA 3.1.9 installed on a CentOS Linux system.
>
> One of my clients just noticed a huge spike in spam getting
> through, even though SA is turned on for his email account at
> sensitivity level 4.
>
> For the sake of anonymity, let's say my client's domain is blah.com.
>
> His address is mark@blah.com.  99% of the spam emails
> he received during this spike were from mark@something.com
> (where "something" represents various domains.)
>
> Question: is SA not filtering out these obvious spams because
> the name "mark" is the same as the name on my client's
> account?
>
> thanks,
> Feral
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>
Do you have a sample of these spams? Have you whitelisted something
like "marc@"?
Show us a sample of the sapmm y meesages, with all and headers, and
more could be told

Luis

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