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Subject:Re: Faked message!!! From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 19 Nov 1995 16:13:59 -0800
At 02:47 PM 11/19/95 -0500, Jeffrey Pittman wrote:
> Be aware! Don't ever leave your machine unattended and open to your
>internet account. Strange messages can be sent that will appear to have come
There are other ways to fake mail that don't require the faker to be at your