Are You Getting Spam from

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  If you are getting spam from an email account that appears to be hosted by gorillasites (i.e.,, I want you to know that I had nothing to do with it.

I own the domain name, and I have only two legitimate email accounts: and If you receive email that appears to come from any email account other than the two above, that means it was sent by a spammer who is using a technique called "spoofing" to make it look like it came from a legitimate email account. You can test this be sending a REPLY to one of the spam emails. It should get bounced back to you because the reply account doesn't really exist. And, obviously, it didn't even come from the domain.

This happened twice in the past: once around 2001, and again around 2003. I have reason to believe that it happened again in early August 2007.

I've contacted my web hosting service, Earthlink, about this. Unfortunately, they've told me that there's nothing that can be done to stop it since the spam does not have a legitimate "Reply-Path:" value. Fortunately, this junk email seems to subside after a few days.

If it makes you feel any better, I'm getting the same gorillasites spam that you're getting.


Andy Frazer