Yeah, I've had that happen to me as well. I've turned on the advanced headers so I can see the path the email took, and also since you won't send mail to yourself, just add your address to the block list.
If you ever do find the real address of one of the spammers, and if you are Hippy™ enough, you can write a batch job that will send them an email every 30 seconds or so with a message of appropriate nature. Obviously you'd fake the From address though! Leave the batch job running overnight. That'll sort them out.
While I don't even pretend to understand half the words in this thread I would seriously consider talking to anyone who can manage to annoy whoever it is that has leaked my home email address to the spammers!
something i did that appeared to work, but could be risky, was actually reply to a spammer. his spam asked me to dial a number in the usa to unsubscribe to his crap. i replied that HE should remove my details. so he sent me another peice of spam. so i replied that i had warned him, and sent him something that he probably didnt like (after all, i dont like spam). i copy / pasted a pisture of a bloke with an axe in his head, with a promise that i could easily find worse.
i have had no more spam from this clown.
risky, but it was worth it :s6:
You wash your car like it was your firstborn child, you tend to its needs like it was your own body, you protect it like it's your family, then you drive it like you stole it.
Weapons of rice destruction
2002 Ford Falcon AU3 XR6
1985 Ford Sierra XR4i
1980 Ford Escort RS2000
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.