On unsolicited mails which forge addresses

Since June 2003, a mass of unsolicited mails (or 'spam' mails) which appear to be from our domain have widely been distributed by unknown spammers. They are so-called 'forging mails.' Those who received such a mail, please do not inform us. We have nothing to do with forging mails: just our domain name is used in the sender's address.

If your mail client supports viewing header information of a received mail, you can see where the mail has come from. The following sample is the header of a forging mail:




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