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On Sun, 28 Feb 2010, LuKreme wrote:
> Your best bet is to check if mail claiming to be from paypal is, in fact,
> from paypal.
Actually, I think his problem is that the reference to paypal has been
buried in an attachment, described as 'type' of 'octet/binary' so that SA
won't think it is text and scan it, and thus he doesn't *have* any
'visible' cue that the mail claims to be from paypal. And yes, I think
that is a pretty serious problem.
Looks like he may have to use a 'full' test to look for the references to