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  • From: Jeroen Massar
  • Date: Mon Oct 23 19:12:01 2006
  • Face: iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAADAAAAAwBAMAAAClLOS0AAAAMFBMVEVdMCzbmJGsZlhiV3T56d9cSmS5f3/kvrwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAuxjs+AAAACXBIWXMAAAsTAAALEwEAmpwYAAACNklEQVR42m1Sy27bMBBcyNAHUDCUq7xsmGshgrq3EOKrIII9VzTKDyjc5vc7u5ScBOjCz52dmX2I2qQRUogx4p2CfiSq6SBIUDxUrAIJ1fLfy7eXn5GWXUn+ab6qBWVEEQt+z8tX8KR5TTzDG6QQ9ZNaqfeiNnKxEURRVIaqptA0zJy8lAMTRvVAlnNLKSrDR2Wk0CJNeNFJ6xGk9Qsh3RANRKnmtasQFqQa1CPa6CvQihQhzcOgQHgwBFiQrww6GFDyn4AUHwBsTtJVjda/S4Vl/R+AO6wyNQ8f26Kkh1vZ5R2gg4HlpIU1PrZV221kHwAasB4e2BiaInXhbXhnyNbbymB2lXFTwAdIDcxd1s5OSriRXDupSgHWH0CVishxcZxNB4tx2qWil7m5h1IejjGsSHm566W4osPH0fupmnuPXkvpC7uf1I7alKcoALSQL1wwvFdkwo0RQXbVlwygiSI0+Qp8xeClK64ThhVk3A/WikkuBgCj3elgWHaugCDA6RNj5exyuZgO/YIBd4qhAhAqZhMTtvYmu9JBR2i5izE9y5M3glS3P47P7LbtAoDkANbWOSyQ1ZVOGJgEJzgYwuHcm81kfVLZ3kjqvawB9saYrj5Gq6VV6/2ERW1GtEqH+54mkZpG/+N8zbnvgZhz9/KdWls9pvv8LWMjiKe331/mPwBCzc/XXDZoPc3z68s8/8oE6+k8A4AJCCiZpazIiVExv90LJhRCjVd42PMVJfe/0tX1AOZ/QEHqFM0e9EMAAAAASUVORK5CYII=
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Apparently there is still some silly [f|s]oul who has to forward NANOG
to blogger and blogger still doesn't handle multipart/signed and thus
very nicely and totally anonymously reports that it fails.

Thank you dear person who is forwarding his subscription to NANOG to his
blogger account!

This has been for over three months(*) now or something, clearly it is
not annoying at all to the folks running the NANOG list and the person
doing it clearly gets away with it.

Could the blogger folks, who are seemingly uncontactable, please please
please with sugar and strawbarries and whipcream on top include at least
for what address this message is getting gatewayed for so that the
subscription can be yanked from the NANOG list? Of course a full header
trail would be even more useful.

Google seems to say that this might be the one:

Dear NANOG listadmins, is there anything pointing in that direction?
Simple way to find out who is the culprit: spam everybody on the list
with a subject of their email address and when it bounces from check the subject in the message and then use some very huge
 LART tool to get rid of it.



* =

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Subject: Blogger post failed
From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Message-Id: <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 15:52:03 -0700 (PDT)
X-Spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 3.0.2 (2004-11-16) on
X-Spam-Status: No, score=-2.6 required=5.0 tests=ALL_TRUSTED,NO_REAL_NAME
	autolearn=failed version=3.0.2
X-MD-Spam-Status: No, hits=3.3 required=5.0
X-MD-Spam-Level: ***
X-MD-Virus-Found: No

Blogger does not accept multipart/signed files.

Error code: 7.552C93

Original message:
From: [email protected]
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 23:35:35 +0100
Subject: Re: Need help explaining to Limelight

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