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I have been informed by netcom that the user who initiated that SPAM has 
been removed as a client by netcom for violating their terms and conditions. 
The SPAM was sent to virtually all the mailing lists, list owners and list 
admin accounts on BLU as well as others. All of the mailing lists I manage 
are set up to block SPAM or posts from accounts not subscribed on these 
lists. The From address on these SPAMS was spoofed as: 
learnfast72 at

To combat SPAM, when you receive an objectionable email, send that 
email message (INCLUDING THE FULL HEADER) to 
abuse at originating isp. You may need to look at the header to fine out 
where the email is really coming from since from addresses are easily 
Gerald Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Computer Solutions and Consulting
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