At 04:27 PM 2004-06-10, you wrote: >Not that I would assume that spamming makes sense ;) but maybe >this spammer just tries to fake the sender using your address - ? >A customer of mine recently receives this kind of bouncer spam, >and I told him the spammer is simply faking the sender address... It does make sense. The spammer does fake a "To" address, say "null at bitbucket.kr". It's a known bad address. He or she then places the desired recipient in the "from" address, so that it bounces back to the "from" address. Or at least that's how I interpret what was happening on our machine. We've got all relays closed down hard. We had to call our upstream, who then shut these 4 networks off. -- Frank Marion lists at frankmarion.com Keep the signal high.