Weird Daily Email

  Bagsey 16:35 07 May 04
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For some time now I have been getting a very strange email everyday. It comes with no sender and no subject. I have tried to mark it as spam but that doesnt stop it.The info that I can recover from it is given below.
Can anyone throw any light on this as it is starting to annoy me.
Is there any way of getting it stopped. It does not appear to be malicious as my AV does not pick it up.
Thanks for your advice.

X-Apparently-To: [email protected] via 217.12.12.82; Fri, 07 May 2004 08:58:02 +0000
X-Originating-IP: [24.45.195.216]
Return-Path: [email protected]>
Received: from 24.45.195.216 (HELO ool-182dc3d8.dyn.optonline.net) (24.45.195.216)
by mta819.mail.ukl.yahoo.com with SMTP; Fri, 07 May 2004 08:57:57 +0000
X-Message-Info: X[1

  palinka 19:03 07 May 04

I've no experience of this but I offer the following two ideas that may help:
1. right click on the message title in the From/Subject box; select Properties then in successive windows click on Details & Message Source. Reading from the bottom of what finally opens you'll be able to see the original sender and the whole path of the email, as well as read its contents perfectly safely even if it's dodgy.
2. if the message is always the same, in OE, with the email highlighted, go to Message>block sender.That should stop it appearing again, assuming that it is always from the same person - which you will find out from the From/Subject line and/or the Message Source info.

  Bagsey 23:06 07 May 04

Thanks for your interest and your suggestion. In fact what you suggested is the way that I got the piece which forms the second half of my original posting. I would like someone more knowlegable than me to interpet it for me please.

  dewskit 23:16 07 May 04

I did a look up of the originating site
24 45 195 216 on http//openrbl.org
This shows it as a positive Spam Originator by 10 of the Spam Monioring Sites.
One even cites it as a Trojan

Dont touch it with a bargepole!

Tony

  Bagsey 09:13 08 May 04

Thanks for the help on this. I had a look at the site you quoted but it was beyond my skills to find any clue to the source. When you have a few minutes free will you please give a step by step explanation of how you worked through the site to find this info. I am sure many others would be interested. Once again Thanks.

  Bagsey 11:01 08 May 04

^

  end 11:07 08 May 04

thats useful. can someone please post the Spam monitoring sites addresses??

  VoG II 11:10 08 May 04

As dewskit click here

  end 11:13 08 May 04

before I "take a look" are the links within that page "safe to open"....????(sorry, but "intend staying clean" here..)

  VoG II 11:14 08 May 04

Yes or I wouldn't have posted the URL!

  end 11:16 08 May 04

sorry, but am extremely cautions where bugs and viruses are concerned, both computer and professional-wise.....hense....

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