Fwd: Re: Fwd: [DG-Mailing]: New service portal (B-TSI-004168615)

Gian Carlo Ariosto ariosto a WINCOM.IT
Lun 26 Nov 2001 01:06:00 CET


Ho segnalato l'ennesimo spam alla lista di Abuse, ed anche a abuse a uu.net
(provider dello spammer, che ha un dominio .net ma  italiano, e ha
spammato dal .net per pubblicizzare un sito sul suo altro dominio .it).
Immediatamente, ho ricevuto la risposta allegata da abuse a uu.net: inviterei
i nostri abuse desk a prendere esempio da quella perfetta organizzazione!

>Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 18:08:04 -0500 (EST)
>From: nobody a UU.NET (UUNET Internet Abuse Investigations)
>To: Gian Carlo Ariosto <ariosto a wincom.it>
>Subject: Re: Fwd: [DG-Mailing]: New service portal (B-TSI-004168615)
>Reply-to: nobody a UU.NET
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Cordiali saluti.
Gian Carlo Ariosto

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