So why don't US citizens get this?
Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET
ml at t-b-o-h.net
Sun Jul 27 00:24:29 UTC 2008
So far with 2 test messages, neither have been delivered. It also
does claim it leaves your IP in the email so there IS some "tracking"
approximately where it came from. I can't verify, of course, since 2 messages
have gone into never never land for me. Doesn't look like it ever got delivered.
Maybe one of my RBL's are stopping it.
> deadfake.com offer anonymised email services with no signup. Does this
> not immediately raise questions in itself?
> Or am I just unnaturally suspicious of such services?
> Have to admitt as soon as I see traffic relayed by a system such as that,
> I stop putting much stock in its content...
> On Sat, 26 Jul 2008, Kameron Gasso wrote:
> > Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr. wrote:
> >> What in the world does that say?
> > Not to add too much noise to the list, but that MUA (x-mailer: DeadFake
> > Mailer) is sending HTML that's base64 encoded... but with a text/plain
> > content type. Oops?
> > -- Kameron
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