Jamie wrote: > I'm aware that email headers can be spoofed. But I don't understand > how > spam, like the one below, can end up in my inbox. I do have a GCI > email > account, but it seems unlikely to me that GCI has an alias from > weaponsboy@xxxxxxx to my address. So without my address anywhere in > the > message, how did I get it? Spam email below: It's your contribution to the anti spam community Jamie. Each month GCI picks a different "volunteer" to monitor spam for false positives and directs it to their account. This month you're it! ;-) Actually, you were probably blind-cc: and the headers aren't showing the envelope To: field, thus you don't seem to appear in them. GCI's MTA saw them though, and thus routed... ...Kevin -- Kevin Miller Registered Linux User No: 307357 CBJ MIS Dept. Network Systems Administrator, Mail Administrator 155 South Seward Street ph: (907) 586-0242 Juneau, Alaska 99801 fax: (907 586-4500 ------------------------------------ This is the Juneau-LUG mailing list. To unsubscribe, send an e-mail to juneau-lug-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word unsubscribe in the subject header.