* EuroVPS does not have a "[email protected]" address.
* EuroVPS does not send emails with attachments
* EuroVPS will never incorrectly capitalize it's own name, i.e. "Eurovps"
* EuroVPS will never send unsolicited email to anybody, ever.
Whoever did this is a pretty pathetic bottom feeder in my opinion. Good luck to you whoever you are.
So, if you receive one of these, I'd love to see the headers, please shoot back to me. I unfortunately did not receive the headers as it was piped into our support system.
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Sure there is.
Including the domain name as a url isn't exactly rocket science, it's already sending to you [email protected] - adding "yourdomain.com support team" at the end isn't breaking any molds.
(or slapping an http:// in front of it isn't either)
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"they" arent sending out the viruses/emails (I love how virii has beome part of the lexicon). "they" write programs that take advantage of other systems to do it for them. Its as much the fault of the people who get infected/arent running secure * as the people who write the programs to do it.
For all that, what MTA are you using that couldnt catch that as spam? or did it come from inside your network?