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    Spamcop "probing"?

    Thanks Don, as I said it *was* spam from them - the puzzle for me is why the reply-to address on the spam they were sending led to a spamcop spamtrap. - mailguy99
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    Spamcop "probing"?

    This email came through to one of our helpdesk accounts: Received: from newabe.citeglobe.com ([209.44.124.120]) by mail.xxx.au with MailMarshal (v6,5,4,7535) id <B4f2f385e0000>; Mon, 06 Feb 2012 13:18:06 +1100 Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 20:53:49 +0000 (UTC) From: Cerys Macdonald via LinkedIn <member[at]linkedin.com> Reply-To: Cerys Macdonald <billroberts[at]newmail.spamcop.net> To: helpdeskxxx.au <helpdeskxxx[at]xxx.au> Message-ID: <1392939564.36279827.1588003540399.JavaMail.app[at]ela9-bed53.prod> Subject: Cerys Macdonald sent you a message via LinkedIn MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Our helpdesk software generated a "Thanks for your enquiry" message back to billroberts[at]newmail.spamcop.net and we appear on SCBL and can't send mail to key clients. ??! The forged linkdIn message is pharmacy spam, and I understand the general issue of auto-responders - but what *spammer* sets a reply-to address to spamcop.net? - mailguy99
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