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Re: [Dallas-Professional-Singles] Re: RE: hi

From: Mark
Sent on: Friday, March 29, 2013 9:55 AM
Duh!!!  What gave you that idea? *:P tongue 

These oddball, cheap imitations of spam seem to get generated only from Yahoo email accounts or accounts that use Yahoo to access their ISP mail.  It happened to me once. I narrowed it down to some rogue program gaining access to an email account and spamming all email addresses that it finds in the SENT folder. Anyone out there have any idea how this happens and how to prevent it? I am thinking it is rogue program on the local PC and that it is able to get into a Yahoo email account if the user remains logged on.I may be totally off base on my theory but it seems logical.

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Sent: Friday, March 29,[masked]:11 AM
Subject: [Dallas-Professional-Singles] Re: RE: hi

This is spam

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