Connie (et. alia)
Sending a response as Connie suggests may be a very bad idea. Often
spammers send out messages like that just hoping someone will respond
to it. When they get a response, they know they have a valid address
(the responder's) and can add it to a list for spammers to use. It is
called Phishing (fishing)
Unfortunately the way it is.
On Jun 14, 2006, at 6:45 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org
> It might be someone wanting 'free iris'. Try sending a message TO
> the person's address asking who she is & see if it goes thru or you
> get a response.
> Connie Eggen
> Warsaw, MO zone 5+
John | "There be dragons here"
| Annotation used by ancient cartographers
| to indicate the edge
of the known world.