By Steve Outing
Why would someone send this spam message?…
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Perhaps someone can explain spammers’ logic on stuff like this. The only thing I can guess is that it’s a way to determine which addresses in a list are good (and don’t bounce back).
Not that most people who possess a normal ethical compass can understand spammers’ way of thinking, but I’ve always been curious about oddball stuff like this that slips past my spam filters and into my in-box. What’s the deal?