If you send to that DL in the to line or the cc line of a message, the
recipients then have the SMTP address of that message right? And if someone
forwards the message the next recipeints potentially have it to.

If the DL has never been used, and someone has the address I guess I might
be concerned.

Chris Scharff
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Blunt, James H (Jim) [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, January 07, 2002 5:12 PM
> To: Exchange Discussions
> Subject: RE: OWA Enumeration Question
> Chris,
> 1. Not an obvious name.
> 2. <duh> It did include an external SMTP addr <\duh>
> However, the DL was
> hidden from the GAL, as was the membership of the DL.
> 3. Dictionary generated listing wouldn't have worked for reason #1.
> 4. I COULD stand to lose 30 pounds.
> While fighting spammers does provide an amusing distraction
> from time to
> time, this is not what bothers me. What bothers me is the
> fact that they
> evidently got ahold of *every other* SMTP address in the GAL,
> as evidenced
> by the fact that they know what the addr is to this one
> hidden DL that is
> less than 2 months old.
> TIA O Great Exchang Yoda ;o)

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