someone very recently sent me some e-mail with the
subject ‶Job opportunity”. since I am looking for
a new job (CV and contact details below, in my sig),
this was interesting. however, the e-mail was empty.
on the off chance that e-mail was sent by someone
who reads ILUG, could you please re-send? (please
use the e-address in my signature, below.)
having said that — and the reason I am not replying
to the e-mail directly — is that I suspect it was a
spam or virus filtered by my ISP (who does seem to
filter but does not mark the e-mails as filtered or
altered? ;-\ ): the e-mail claimed to come someone
I do not recognise with an e-address at a Mexican
restaurant (in Mexico, and who happen to be using
Linux!), but the headers traced back to a router
somehow connected with an Israeli dating service.
other clews also suggest the e-mail was bogus.
my profuse apologies if it was not a bogus e-mail.
and if so, could I ask you (you know who you are in
that case!) to try again?
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