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- What is the point of gibberish spam 4 answers
Monday morning, and I've opened my company email box to find this an e-mail with the following message (no HTML, just
text/plain - it was sent to a distribution group).
Some of the headers:
X-Mailer: Labourism v0.42 To: Keren [suppressed] <webteam@[suppressed]> From: Fae [suppressed] <stilts@[suppressed]> Subject: gold of the t MIME-Version: 1.0
To name does not work here or has never worked here. There is no "Keren" in the webteam distribution group.
gold of the t
Osed to yield what is believed to be the only truth consistent with an intelligent conception of a just, loving, and wise God. The immediate cause of this determined conflict is found in Professor Briggs' recent address on the authority of the Holy Scriptures, delivered at his inaugural as Professor of Biblical Theology in the Union Theological Seminary of New York. In this notable address he maintai
Since it's not phishing for anything, what is the purpose of this? It's obviously spam, but why send it if there is no purpose - and notice it's not asking directly or indirectly for a reply to check if the receiving inbox is monitored.