[Phpmyadmin-devel] Re: Movie

MSN Hotmail abuse at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 9 14:15:09 CEST 2003

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Unfortunately, we cannot take action on the mail you sent us because it
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    abuse at hotmail.com

>>> To forward mail with expanded headers if you're using Hotmail

1.  Click "Options" on the horizontal navigation bar. 
2.  On the "Options" page under "Additional Options", click the
"Preferences" link. Scroll down to "Message Headers" and select "Full".
3.  Forward the resulting mail to:
       abuse at hotmail.com

>>> To forward mail with expanded headers if you're using MSN Explorer 

1.  Open the message and then click "More" in the upper right hand corner.
2.  Click "Message Source". The message will open in a new window with all
the header information visible.
3.  Copy all the text and paste it into a new message. Send this message
       abuse at hotmail.com

If you're not a Hotmail member, consult the Help associated with your
e-mail program to determine how to view complete header information. Then
forward the message to:
    abuse at hotmail.com

If the unsolicited junk e-mail or "spam" comes from a non-Hotmail account,
you can send a complaint to the service provider that sent the mail. 

In the expanded header, look at the last "Received:" notation to locate the
sending service provider. It will look something like <insert service

Forward only one of the offending pieces of e-mail to abuse at the service
provider you have identified: abuse@<servicename>.com.
To log a complaint, add a polite message such as "Here's a copy of the spam
I received." 

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