Very simple - someone or someones [plural] are spoofing your return address
Not much you can do about it.
Lisa Schnepf wrote:
I get messages all the time like this, saying that my email didn't get delivered. I'm enclosing the attached text message, so you can see what it is. I never send any of these emails. How/why are they getting my name and email address? Why do they do this, and isn't it ilegal? I don't have a virus. I already scanned. Thanks. Lisa -----Original Message----- From: postmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:postmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Friday, May 28, 2004 3:46 AM To: lars2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Delivery Status Notification (Failure) This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification. Delivery to the following recipients failed. ard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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