On Tue, Jun 17, 2003 at 06:44:06PM -0400, jeff covey wrote:

> i assume that other people could use reports of generic spam i've
> received, but that it won't help them to have a checksum of a message
> which is customized with my name, email address, etc.  it's not going
> to help me to know that you received a spam which says "dear jim ford,
> here's a hot stock tip just for you..."; i doubt that i'll ever
> receive a copy with your name.  am i not understanding something about
> how this works?

Interestng point! I understand DCC uses checksums, so the above point should
apply. I wonder if Razor would also be affected?

Regards: Jim Ford

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