cppgenius Posted September 4, 2007 Share Posted September 4, 2007 I can't seem to get it. Why do spammers fiddle with the dates of e-mails, like using non-existent dates, future dates or dates going back more than 20 years? SpamAssassin uses a 96 hour age test, is this an industry standard, or do you get spam filters working with a shorter time frame? I mean if you know it's going to trigger a spam filter, what is the use of the technique, or are these spammers simply waaaaay behind technology? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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