T> And maybe this is a "No, Monica, just you" question, but did anyone else
T> feel that the spam really did come from Smith-Barney and that their
T> "disgruntled ex-employee" story was just so much red-faced back-pedaling
T> when they learned that they'd done something that was harming their image?
... to which Miles O'Neal and Roger B. A. Klorese have said in mail carboned
O> I might have, except that after I looked again when I wasn't exhausted,
O> the post was chock full of errors of the type typically made by 3rd
O> graders - or sloppy hackers.
K> It's highly unlikely: the message came through nodes which are not part
K> of smb.com's connectivity, and never touched down at any system in the
K> smb.com domain...
Thank you both. I guess that once I read in a sentence or two and saw it was
spam I didn't read further nor more deeply.