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Dear Damir,

The problem is bigger than that. I can write a 20 page essay on how hackers
break into systems. The address he used is not fake. The address actually
was created on some server and utilized to send email to lists like ours.
After the mail was sent, the address was deleted. Nothing in that address
exists anymore, not even the domain name.
Hope that helps.


>	Dear Shafat,
>	When there was a problem with returned mail, you wrote that only the
>subscribers of the list can send the mail. Is it possibile to subscribe with
>fake addres? Obviously it was a fake addres.

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