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Faking the From Address (was: shakira photo gallery, etc.)

From: Whitney M.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 24, 2007 12:53 PM
If you're reading this message, Hank, then the answer to your question appears to be that spoofing the from email address of a valid subscriber is enough to get a message through to the list.  I'm actually sending this message via a little script on a server that's unrelated to my email address.

It's not too surprising, really -- given the still relatively low level of adoption for email authentication, Meetup doesn't have too many other options.

Not Really Whit

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