Friday, December 22, 2006


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Donna said...

I wonder what the purpose is of that kind of spam? I get alot of it and don't bother reading it but have on occasion. Why would a bunch of random words put together be worth sending to anyone?

Eli said...

I think it's to make it less recognizable as spam to anti-spam filters. *Usually* there's some actual spam content in there (this one had some bogus stock tip), but apparently they sometimes forget to include any.

Also, sometimes I've noticed that the text I see in the Outlook preview is completely different (and usually much more entertaining) than the text of the actual message.