On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 12:13:36PM +0200, email@example.com wrote:
> > If the client had virus protection systems in place, they would not
> > get the virus.
> Well, the very most of the servers, our subscribers are attached to,
> use virus filters.
> That was one of the problems, because each one, that was fooled by the
> false address of the virus mail, sent a "virus detected" notification
> "back" to the list.
But this is a problem of a clueless configured virus scanner on the
First, it makes no sense to send a warning out to the "sender", since
the "sender" is faked in almost all cases.
Second, even /if/ they send a warning, this warning shoud be addressed
neither to the From nor to the Reply-To, but to the Sender (which should
be somthing like majordomo-owner@listserver)
Just my 2 cents,
Ein Kritiker ist eine Henne, die gackert, wenn andere legen.