The post title comes from the well known in anti-spam community list of spammer rules. A few days ago I received a spam e-mail on one of my servers, which wouldn't be of any interest except for the unusual addressee.
From: Ann Sangolt <Fraser76@equitec.com> To: mailer-daemon <mailer-daemon@…> Subject: Job for you Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 01:49:04 -0800 Hello! Our company would like to offer you the following position: Assistant Manager. This is part-time home-based position. You'll need no money and no specialskills to start. This job requires only few hours during the week and isavailable on the whole territory of Poland. You can easily combine it with yourmain employment. If you are interested and would like to know more about our company and positionoffered, please drop me a line to: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you. Have a nice day.
For your information, mailer-daemon@ is an administrative address assigned to the mail server software, not a specific person. So it seems they offer an interesting job for our server, I shall ask if he is interested in managerial position :-) On the other hand though, the machine could then rebel against me like in Blade Runner. Nah, I'll better keep quiet :-)