Opinion on X-AntiAbuse: headers?
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Wed Apr 16 22:42:40 IST 2008
Hugo van der Kooij wrote:
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> This might be pushing the boundry of being on or off-topic.
Since when did that stop anyone? :-)
> But does anyone know when valid email actually contain X-AntiAbuse:
When a non-spammer puts them in by mistake? They certainly aren't worth
the 0's and 1's they are written in.
> So far (2 years now) I have only seen them in spam and never in legit
> traffic. I think over 90% of the times it is a poorly managed website
> with some broken email script.
They may actually be a good indication of spam. Ask the SA folks what
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