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How I send anonymous mail and attachment in delphi

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How I send anonymous mail and attachment in delphi
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by:Epsylon
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Anonymous mail + Attachment = virus

I could be wrong.....


Secondly, you have 3 other questions to evaluate.....
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by:RickHalle
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Yes, I suspect you are right. No good reason for sending anonymous emails that have attachments.

Rick
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by:StevenB
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 Use web components to submit the mail through hotmail.
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by:VSF
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Should we ask:
How to patch Outlook just like the "I love you" did!?!?

: )

That would be nice!!!
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by:Mathias
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Anonymous mail??? You can't send such a mail because the server will log your IP. I tested it with PHP and change my name to "abc<abc@web.com>". You name and email address isn't there but almost your IP !!! Another problem is that you want to send an attachment: an attachment without a "from" person will be filtered by some mail servers and will return to you with a message like:
"This E-Mail consists of attachments which could damage your system. Read the information about the "I love you" virus".

bye, TDS.
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pr_wainwright earned 100 total points
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Use the Winshoes components (indy) from www.nevrona.com
The Delphi demo's show how to send e-mails. The 'sent from' box can have any text so the mail can appear to be from anybody. e.g. anybody@anywhere.com or anything else you like. of course if the recipient replies the e-mail address will be invalid.

Regards
Paul.

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