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Now you know the source. Fix it now. Pretty sure there arent any phone numbers kdakjdak. Spam is not a part of tmobiles network, it plagues every carrier, email provider, and mailbox. Stop complaining and delete a few texts from your phone and move on. Get your service cut off and gtfo. Been getting sms and mms spam messages for about a month now. Oddly the recipient address does not correlate to my phone number tmomail.
Ive gotten spam before too from 4 digit numbers i always reply stop. This is not cute T-Mobile. I not going to deal with this. My personal gmail account is posted on the web, yet Google has no problem filtering spam for me. This is definitely a T-Mobile security hole. It is spam.
If you were to advertise your email address and received a message, would you continue to call that a security hole or would you call it spam? T-mobile done screwed up.
Just have T-Mobile disable texting to and from the short numbers. They did it for me, when I was having a different issue. Replying STOP did nothing. Again no. When it comes to SMTP email. Reminds of mexico when i was there last month i bought a cheap TELCEL prepaid phone i put like pesos on it it all went by fast cuz they kept sending spam messages like this only in spanish was soo mad. I was all mad till my aunt that lives over there told me here its like that.
Was super annoying ,so i just turned on my tmobile phone and roamed and took advantage of the free data when roaming. This is why I think these spammers are more sophisticated than average. Nothing sophisticated, just a spamming tactic. This email spammer intentionally inserts 1 recipient into each scripted message and placing the rest of the recipients into the CC: or BCC: field to avoid scanning based on bulk recipient detection. Please refer to RFC standards. Empty To: field:. Spammers do this in order to conceal the fact that the mail was sent to a large number of recipients, and presumably so as not to publish their email list.
Note however that if you do block emails without a local recipient in the To: or Cc: field, you will be blocking all bcc: messages. Empty To: field: This is also typical for spam messages.
Because spammers send out bulk emails by entering all recipients in the Bcc: field or X-Receiver header, the To: field is often empty. Missing To: field: Emails that have no To: field at all, can quite definitely be considered as spam since this can only happen if done on purpose for spamming reasons. From: field is the same as the To: field: This is another common practice. Instead of entering a bogus or empty To: field, the email address in the From: field is also used in the To: field.
Both email addresses are most probably fake email addresses. I forgot about bcc. This spammer is probably simply going down a phone number list. But, if a bunch of very similar messages come through smtp, they should be blocked.
Maybe they did have it under control at some point only to have it return? I could foresee that happening if a storm of messages came in, got detected, and blocked by a reputable DNSBL like Spamhaus. Only to be re-trusted based from a mild offense reputation the DNSBL received at the time it was added. Could very well be a spammer sharing a DNSBL that keeps getting lifted when an innocent IP host requests and is granted premature clearance even though the culprit leech is still attached to the offending IP range.