Postgrey (Re: impersonating Juan, a quick test)

John Newman jnn at
Tue Jul 16 04:00:58 PDT 2019

On July 16, 2019 3:58:11 AM UTC, Mirimir <mirimir at> wrote:
>On 07/15/2019 04:07 PM, Punk wrote:
>> On Mon, 15 Jul 2019 14:33:41 -0700
>> Greg Newby <gbnewby at> wrote:
>>>  *** ALSO, and this is important: I see at least three different
>email address you are using. punk@ punks@ and another. All those from
>punks@ went through to cypherpunks at none were delayed in the
>past few days of logs.
>> 	cpunks@ is my only address. cpunk@ is an address somebody else
>registered and used to send the two messages I mistakenly regarded as
>'spoofed'. I don't know what third address you're seeing, but it's not
>You mean punks at is yours, right?
>I do see two messages from punk at "Cryptocurrency: Trump Pumps
>Cryptos, Andreas Blasts jewcoins" [Message-ID:
><af09cb6b-64fe-799e-aadf-fa475e2761c3 at>] and "Boomerhedge -
>Boomer Propaganda Cesspool" [
>Message-ID: <fd149f6f-6d28-357e-7013-4ef9824045bc at>], both
>rudely replying to you.
>But I don't see John's spoof(s). Locally, or at
> Did anyone else get

I idiotically accidentally "spoofed" the wrong address - 
punk@, NOT punks.... It's the message that started this 
thread actually ;). Two of them came through, subject line
"Impersonating Juan, a quick test".

Anyway.... I feel stupid :). 


>-------- Forwarded Message --------
>Subject: Re: impersonating Juan, a quick test
>Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2019 22:57:11 -0400
>From: John Newman <jnn at>
>To: Cypherpunks <cypherpunks at>
>And it didn't work very well in any case, the first line in the headers
>> Return-Path: <nixen at>
>.. which is my account :P
>I will now stop abusing the mail system tonight.
>On Sat, Jul 13, 2019 at 09:53:19PM -0500, John Newman wrote:
>> Sorry if those shows up a few times.  I was dicking around and ran it
>without realizing it was sending email!
>> > On Jul 13, 2019, at 9:44 PM, Punk <punk at> wrote:
>> >
>> > This is quick and dirty test of impersonating Juan using my own
> account to connect but fudging the headers (its just a few
>of perl wrapped around an openssl command).
>> >
>> > Did it work?
>> >
>> >
>> > John
>> > jnn at
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