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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 9/13/2005 11:25:04 AM EDT
I got this message today:

From postmaster@us.army.mil
Sent Monday, September 12, 2005 11:16 pm
To shane.williams1@exeloncorp.com , shane.williams1@us.army.mil
Cc
Bcc
Subject [AKO Content Warning - Attachments]


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In accordance with NETCOM guidance 2004-11,
AKO has begun stripping files with the following extensions:
b64,.bat,.bhx,.ceo,.ce0,.cpl,.dbx,.dll,.dot,.eml,.exe,.hqx,.lnk,.mim,.nch,ocx,
pi,.pif,.scr,.sct,.uue,.uu,.vbe,.vbs,.wsc,.wsf,.wsh,.xxe, and .zip.

Since this is an Army policy, AKO will not be able to grant exceptions -
please do not call the AKO help desk on this issue, as they will be unable to help you.

If you are an AKO user, you may view the NETCOM guidance at https://www.us.army.mil/suite/doc/1773343
which includes information on how to send files with the above extensions.

If you are not an AKO user, please contact the recipient on how to send the file to them.

We regret any inconvenience.

From shane.williams1@exeloncorp.com Mon Sep 12 19:16:18 2005
X-IronPort-RCPT-TO: shane.williams1@us.army.mil
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 16:16:16 -0300
To: "Shane.williams" <shane.williams1@us.army.mil>
From: "Shane.williams" <shane.williams1@exeloncorp.com>
Subject:
Message-ID: <buxdpblzqkknlcyfftp@us.army.mil>
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/mixed;
boundary="--------aeovjjnppjerknekhbjr"


I know that it is spam because I also got this one from myself which I did not send:

From "Shane.williams" <shane.williams1@exeloncorp.com>
Sent Monday, September 12, 2005 11:16 pm
To "Shane.williams" <shane.williams1@us.army.mil>
Cc
Bcc
Subject [AKO Content Warning - Virus Removed], [AKO Content Warning - Attachments]


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new price

The message that was sent to you had attachments not allowed by NETCOM guidance 2004-11.

In accordance with NETCOM guidance 2004-11,
AKO has begun stripping files with the following extensions:
.b64,.bat,.bhx,.ceo,.ce0,.cpl,.dbx,.dll,.dot,.eml,.exe,.hqx,.lnk,.mim,.nch,.ocx,
.pi,.pif,.scr,.sct,.uue,.uu,.vbe,.vbs,.wsc,.wsf,.wsh,.xxe, and .zip.

Since this is an Army policy, AKO will not be able to grant exceptions -
please do not call the AKO help desk on this issue, as they will be unable to help you.

You may view the NETCOM guidance at https://www.us.army.mil/suite/doc/1773343
which includes information on how to send files with the above extensions.

We regret any inconvenience.

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A MIME attachment of type <application/octet-stream> was removed here
by a drop-attachments-by-name filter rule on the host <ipmta02.int.dr1.us.army.mil>.


I have nothing to do with exelon corp. Is there anything I can do to stop this? I know it is spam but I want to shut this asshole down.

Yes it is spam but is also had a virus in an attachment that AKO deleted.

Any ideas?
Link Posted: 9/13/2005 11:47:04 PM EDT
You got that from a spam program or virus that takes whatever the first half of any email is and mirrors it on another domain and uses that as the sender to send to that email.

Not mush you can do.
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