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From: venkatesh.selvaraju () gmail com
Date: Thu, 6 May 2010 15:52:06 -0600

Hey there,
We have been notified by DNSBL that our company's registered IP ranges are the source of spam email messages. We did a 
vulnerability scan on reported external IPs and did not find any anomalies or rogue services. Our systems are up to 
date with respect to virus definitions. We are not sure what caused this issue. Could some body be spoofing the source 
IPs? Or, is this a botnet type activity?

Thanks in advance

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