This one is peculiar. My name isn’t on the To line, and there’s no offer, link, or attachment. Lot’s of non-Western characters (or random text) in the subject & sender lines. This message didn’t come from my anti-spam software and my ISP says it didn’t come from theirs.
Sender: ³¯«É·ì (email@example.com)
Subject: *****SPAM***** Re: µ¹.§A¤£°µ§@ª½±µ-»ù¨C¤ù¥un26¤¸
Spam detection software, running on the system “nas”, has
identified this incoming email as possible spam. The original message
has been attached to this so you can view it (if it isn’t spam) or label
similar future email. If you have any questions, see
admin for details.
Content preview: […]
Content analysis details: (14.7 points, 5.0 required)
pts rule name description
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3.3 TVD_RCVD_IP4 TVD_RCVD_IP4
1.6 TVD_RCVD_IP TVD_RCVD_IP
3.2 FROM_LOCAL_NOVOWEL From: localpart has series of non-vowel letters
1.5 SUBJ_ILLEGAL_CHARS Subject: has too many raw illegal characters
1.3 SUBJECT_NEEDS_ENCODING SUBJECT_NEEDS_ENCODING
1.0 FORGED_MUA_THEBAT_BOUN Mail pretending to be from The Bat! (boundary)
2.6 INVALID_MSGID Message-Id is not valid, according to RFC 2822
0.1 RDNS_NONE Delivered to trusted network by a host with no rDNS
The original message was not completely plain text, and may be unsafe to
open with some email clients; in particular, it may contain a virus,
or confirm that your address can receive spam. If you wish to view
it, it may be safer to save it to a file and open it with an editor.