Active Episcopalian. Texan via Idaho. Usually Democratic. Music lover. Red Sox fan. Dartmouth alum. Online organizer, formerly with the DNC/OFA and the Sierra Club. Views my own. Find me on Twitter: @nathanempsall
Wayward began as a Katrina recovery blog in 2006 but has since wandered off to consider the intersections of faith, politics, and the environment and a life lived between DC & Idaho.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
The last couple of days, all three of my e-mail addresses have been hit by massive spam bombs. The subject line "Re: dear" from various e-mail addresses has shown up in my Yahoo! address thousands of times and my Dartmouth and Hotmail addresses hundreds of times. Hotmail and Dartmouth are failing to reroute it to my spam folders. Googling "'Re: dear' spam" turns up nothing.
Is anyone else having this problem? Can anyone explain it? Is this a new and common phenomenon?