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Christmas spam

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Old December 23rd 05, 03:33 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Bob Evans
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Default Christmas spam

In article , Dave {Reply
Address in.Sig} wrote
I notice in my spam filter a junk mail allegedly from Gossiptel, although
sent via an outfit called Atelier Studios.

You are far from alone

So, did Gossiptel fall for spammer sales talk or is it directly their fault?

The term "spamming *******s" comes to mind. According to RIPE, the
originating address belongs to a company called RapidSwitch Ltd. Abuse
address is given as .

Bob Evans

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