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Mails without sender and without subject

Hi,
All of a sudden (am I to blame myself for this?) I get mails that display no sender in my OL2007, nor a subject is displayed. If I open the header, I find there, for instance:

"ca watch instead of a real one?
The reason why replica watches are so popular is because=20
you can look classy and professional, yet not have to spend=20
tens of thousands of dollars doing it. These watches look identical=20
to the ones you will find at the jewellery store selling for prices=20
most people would not be able to afford. There is no reason=20
why these beautiful watches should only be limited to the rich,=20
but to everyone who wants to add a touch of class to their life style.
Buy or browse replica watches here
------=_NextPart_000_0004_01C885C2.07D55895
Content-Type: text/html;
charset="iso-8859-1"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
"

I configured my Outlook 2007 such that no mail body is displayed, nor can I see the first lines of the body of the mail, if these mails are recognised as spam residing in either my SPAMfighter folder or my Unwanted mail (junkmail) folder. But I wanted to report these spams, which is not possible since these spams were sent in this (or likewise) way.
If I start (pretend to) sending a reply (is this already a dangerous action?), I find for instance:

"Van: (=From:)
Verzonden: Geen (=Sent: None)
Onderwerp: (=Subject)

Why would I want to buy a replica watch instead of a real one?
The reason why replica watches are so popular is because
you can look classy and professional, yet not have to spend
tens of thousands of dollars doing it. These watches look identical
to the ones you will find at the jReturn-Path: Received: from mwinf6004.orange.nl (mwinf6004.orange.nl) by mwinb6006 (SMTP Server) with LMTP; Fri, 14 Mar 2008 12:02:09 +0100 X-Sieve: Server Sieve 2.2 Received: from me-wanadoo.net (localhost [127.0.0.1]) by mwinf6004.orange.nl (SMTP Server) with ESMTP id 5FC5B240008A for ; Fri, 14 Mar 2008 12:02:09 +0100 (CET) Received: from 85.132.42.84 (unknown [85.132.42.84]) by mwinf6004.orange.nl (SMTP Server) with ESMTP id 5198F2400088 for ; Fri, 14 Mar 2008 12:02:03 +0100 (CET) X-ME-UUID: 20080314110203334.5198F2400088[at]mwinf6004.orange.nl Message-ID: From: "Quality Products" To: "Purses" Subject: Handbags Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 09:14:45 +0000 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=---=extPart_000_0004_01C885C2.07D55895" X-Priority: 3 X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2900.3138 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.2900.3198 This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=extPart_000_0004_01C885C2.07D55895 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=so-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Why would I want to buy a replica watch instead of a real one? The reason why replica watches are so popular is because you can look classy and professional, yet not have to spend tens of thousands of dollars doing it. These watches look identical to the ones you will find at the jewellery store selling for prices most people would not be able to afford. There is no reason why these beautiful watches should only be limited to the rich, but to everyone who wants to add a touch of class to their life style. Buy or browse replica watches here __________ NOD32 2945 (20080313) Informatie __________ Dit bericht is gecontroleerd door het NOD32 Antivirus Systeem. http://www.nod32.nl ------=extPart_000_0004_01C885C2.07D55895 Content-Type: text/html; charset=so-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Why would I want to buy a replica watch instead of a real one?
The reason why replica watches are so popular is because
you can look classy and professional, yet not have to spend
tens of thousands of dollars doing it. These watches look identical
to the ones you will find at the jewellery store selling for prices
most people would not be able to afford. There is no reason
why these beautiful watches should only be limited to the rich,
but to everyone who wants to add a touch of class to their life style.
Buy or browse replica watches here


__________ NOD32 2945 (20080313) Informatie __________

Dit bericht is gecontroleerd door het NOD32 Antivirus Systeem.
http://www.nod32.nl
------=extPart_000_0004_01C885C2.07D55895--
"

Under the sentence "Buy or browse replica watches here" one can find the URL:
http://mewlegos.com/, which I found to be malicious at McAfee's SiteAdvisor.
Apparently this spam is sent by a Dutch spammer, reading the NOD32-trayler.

My general question is:
How can I ever send in this spam to SpamCop. I use the free reporting option, for which I need to send the header separately from the body and if the body is html-code, I shoud send the code in stead of the visible text.

My earlier stated questions above are summarized here:
1. Do I get spams described in this mail, because I did something (what) that I shouldn't have done?
Also to fight spammers I report unsafe URLs at: http://www.siteadvisor.com/, but therefor I should somehow get to figure out what addresses are mentioned (advertised) within the spammer's mail-body.
(As a matter of fact, just now I get an email without sender nor subject, seemingly originating from TechWorld, but apart from the normal links to articles by TechWorld, the far most largest part contains links like: http://www=2Ew3=2Eorg/1999/xhtml embedded in a huge HTML source part that is pasted under the seemingly legitimate content that might be sent to the spammer from TechWorld.)
2. Can I do myself any harm by only opening (or as I described, starting to forward) mails that have no visible sender?

I'm aware of the extensiveness of this post I'm sending now, but I thought: being vague about things is no good start to get help!

Thank you in advance,
Oriolus

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  • Oriolus Mar 15, 2008

    To distinguish quotes for other texts, I used colors, but regrettingly they didn't work, sorry!
    Oriolus

  • Oriolus Mar 15, 2008

    Thanks, but I fear my motherboard has crashed after the following actions: I checked all malware removal software which I could think of (found only one cookie). Decided to remove SPAMfighter and then I lost my C:Vista and D:Data-disks all of a sudden. These two HDs are plugged onto the motherboard and are quoted as NONE in BIOS now, after I uninstalled SPAMfighter and rebooted...

    My 3-partitioned 3rd HD (old Win98 disk) now appears as C:, D: and E:, wheras C: and D: were my two 250GB disks before.
    I'll come back if that is fixed and if I still receive such crazy mails.
     

  • Oriolus Mar 15, 2008

    Thank you, Aimiel, but I did a thorough inspection against malware before and found and removed only one cookie. I thought already that malware could be the reason of this peculiar behaviour of my pc. After removing SPAMfighter I tried to reboot, but my my 'real' C:=Vista- and D:Data-disks were gone. Only a third, old Win98-disk (not bootable anymore) with 3 partitions appeared after booting in DOS-mode showing C:, D: and E:...
    Now I am afraid my motherboard has crashed. Possibly those crasy mails were a foresaying of the coming crash?! I'll have the technician. at the shop where I bought my pc, look after the problem. If that is solved, I'll tell whether I still get senderless and subjectless garbage mails or not. Thanks so far, now sitting behind my good old Mac
    Oriolus

  • Oriolus Mar 15, 2008

    This is the third try to get a comment in this discussion...
    I did a thorough makware scan with several toold, but only found and deleted one cookie that was reported.
    After removing SPAMfighter I tried to reboot, but my my 'real' C:=Vista- and D:Data-disks were gone. Only a third, old Win98-disk (not bootable any more) with 3 partitions appeared after booting in DOS-mode showing C:, D: and E:...
    Now I am afraid my motherboard has crashed. Possibly those crasy mails were a foresaying of the coming crash?! I'll have the technician. at the shop where I bought my pc, look after the problem. If that is solved, I'll tell whether I still get senderless and subjectless garbage mails or not. Thanks so far, now sitting behind my good old Mac
    Oriolus



  • Oriolus Mar 15, 2008

    I cannot add any comments: this is my fifth try...

  • Oriolus Mar 15, 2008

    Ah, stupid me. Only now I see my previous tries. I'm very sorry!

  • Oriolus Mar 22, 2008

    I did all and more what Aimiel suggested, but with no avail. After all I found the trouble I had: NOD32 was interfering with Norman. NOD32 was installed by HijackThis and/or Hitman Pro. Removal of NOD32 recovered OL to function correctly again.
    Nevertheless, thanks!

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You should back-up any e-mails that you want to keep on a CD or other removable drive, remove Outlook from your system and install a copy of a good anti-virus program, such as Norton Anti-Virus or another brand but you need to do so before your system loses its integrity. Start by booting your computer in 'Safe' mode and following specific instructions for removing mal-ware from your system, like that found on MajorGeeks.com. Don't re-install Outlook on your computer until it is 100% virus free. My best suggestion is that you START HERE.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

  • Aimiel Ireman Mar 16, 2008

    I'd recommend also that you use Spywareblaster in the future, which may keep you off of 'known bad' websites.

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