Isit possible to trace spam

  geewis357 16:40 18 Aug 2005

I don't normaly get any unsolicited E-Mail but I recently upset someone on ebay last week and now every few days I get an e-mail offering me software, when I mail back the mail is returned because the address connot be found. When I examine the properties of the original e-mail I get a dozen lines of text I cannot understand.

Return-Path: [email protected]>
Received: from ( by (
id 427BE55305ECFC5B; Thu, 18 Aug 2005 14:45:36 +0100
Message-ID: [email protected]> (added by [email protected])
FCC: mailbox://[email protected]/Sent
X-Identity-Key: id1
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 19:38:27 +0500
From: Isaiah Parra [email protected]>
X-Accept-Language: en-us, en
MIME-Version: 1.0
To: [email protected]
Subject: re[18]:
Content-Type: multipart/related;

can anybody help.

  jon2 16:55 18 Aug 2005

To be quite honest it will be a waste of time with spammers as they will not take any notice, it's best to ignore them.

  Graham ® 16:58 18 Aug 2005

All you will do is confirm your email address is valid!

  Snec 17:05 18 Aug 2005

Inform tiscali?

  GANDALF <|:-)> 17:31 18 Aug 2005

You will be wasting your time, delete and forget. Spam is not that important to get worried about.


  Happy Soul 17:37 18 Aug 2005
  geewis357 17:39 18 Aug 2005

I know what you are all saying is good advice. I recently bought something from Ebay and afer a week I started geting mail from the vendor in the form of a catalogue, I wrote bake twice and on bothe occasions the guy resent the mail so the third time I used a very colourfull language and now I am getting this spam. I cannot prove its the same guy but what do you all think

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