No such logs are kept on our end.
On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Jason Soza wrote:
> Well, my attempts at getting discipline for Erik Hegreberg will have to
> go unfinished for now. I guess a list admin would have to retrieve the
> original headers from Erik's original posts -before- they hit the
> mailing list software and got new headers and distributed. Any list
> admins out there want to help with that?
> Seems kind of silly - if they keep e-mail transaction logs and they
> know the e-mail account of Mr. Hegreberg, they should be able to
> correlate my complaint. Oh well, 'twas a valiant effort!
> Thanks everyone yesterday for sending me those headers.
> In any case, here's the response from [EMAIL PROTECTED] (apparently the
> same as [EMAIL PROTECTED]):
> Dear mr. Soza,
> At 11:27 10.07.2002 -0800, you wrote:
> >It appears that you do have the full headers of the message in
> >question, as they appeared on my machine. Since Mr. Hegreberg was
> >sending these messages to a mailing list, the headers mostly show the
> >mailing list information.
> The headers you sent did not contain the necessary information. It
> seems the mailing-list strips away the important part of the headers,
> so that none of the headers you've received are sufficient.
> We recommend that you contact the list administrator and ask if he/she
> can fix the problems with headers being removed, and if he has the
> original headers so that we can track down the users.
> Consultant-ID 23
> Abuse Response Team, Telenor Business Solutions
> Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fax: +47 22 77 19 98
> http://www.online.no/abuse (Norwegian only)
> Jason Soza
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