Some misguided person sent my entire mailing list an "e-card" from the
Heineken World Wide Web server in the Netherlands. A silly .gif file with a
The Heineken site seems set up so you that you cannot contact the webmaster
or anyone at Heineken -- but visitors can fling messages/graphics files to
any e-mail address. (Most of the postcard sites I've seen send a simple
text notice that you follow up (or not) by visiting the WW site to see the
I did try to contact "postmaster@Heineken.nl" and
"Heineke3@www.Heineken.com" saying that this was a BAD IDEA and was
creating another set of net pests.
Anyone here have a similar list experience? Or have any other suggestions
on how to deal with this? If this technique proliferates, blocking
originating addresses one-by-one in Majordomo seems futile.
>Date: Sat, 10 Feb 1996 23:52:26 GMT
>Subject: E-card from Gilbert.v.Houten@inter.nl.net
>This card was send to you by Gilbert.v.Houten@inter.nl.net.
>The card has been generated by the Heineken World Wide Web server.
>Content-Type: image/gif; name="e-card-59578.gif"
>Content-Disposition: inline; filename="e-card-59578.gif"
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