At 10:29 PM 5/26/97 -0400, Bill Fant wrote:
>Someone forwarded to me a particularly slimy piece of spam, 15kb in
>length, that did not have a From: or Reply-to: header, but did an
>X-Persona: <NAME_OF_ISP> header line. Equinox.net and Psi.net were on
>the received from: headers. Anyone else have experience with this? The
>person who sent it to me claimed to have received it 25 separate times in
>the last 24-36 hours.
At least one place that X-Persona: comes from is the Eudora
program -- which allows you to have multiple addresses for
sending and retrieving email. If you send me email at my
firstname.lastname@example.org address, I get an "X-Persona: Valor" header
added on, and I think it sticks around if I reply to you.
/\ /\ /\ /\ Kynn Bartlett / email@example.com
/ \ / \/ \ / \ Idyll Mountain Internet
/ \ //\ /\ \ / \ <URL:http://www.idyllmtn.com/~kynn>
'_| _` // \/ \__\ '_| _` ICQ: 780498