New Spam – (No Subject) – (Unknown Sender)!

In my Gmail, just went to “Spam” folder to check whether any mail mistakenly went to spam. But there was another interesting mail which caught my eyes. An email with (No Subject) & (Unknown User)! Where email ID of sender is unknown. My concern is that if somebody may use this trick to do illegal things. Below is the screen shot:

gmail spam screenshot

Comments

  1. fsimpro says

    I get these a lot.
    you can see where they’re coming from by clicking on the down arrow next to the reply button on the top, and choosing show original. you can see which address it was from.

  2. fsimpro says

    I get these a lot.
    you can see where they’re coming from by clicking on the down arrow next to the reply button on the top, and choosing show original. you can see which address it was from.

  3. techcafe says

    even if ‘show details’ is activated (as shown in the above screencap), there are NO details shown, ie, sender, subject and body are null. i often get these in my gmail Spam folder. gmail’s spam filters seem to get it right most of the time though, it’s rare that i see any spam in my Inbox, but there’s always lots of it in the Spam folder.

  4. techcafe says

    even if ‘show details’ is activated (as shown in the above screencap), there are NO details shown, ie, sender, subject and body are null. i often get these in my gmail Spam folder. gmail’s spam filters seem to get it right most of the time though, it’s rare that i see any spam in my Inbox, but there’s always lots of it in the Spam folder.

  5. Terry says

    I get these in my inbox every day. At first I thought they were spam and just deleted them. Then I got brave (or stupid)and opened one up. They are legitimate messages from friends or companies I know. Why are they coming through as (no sender) (no subject)? One of these was even a reply to a message that had a subject. When they come through they have all of the coding imbedded making it very difficult to read the actual message.

  6. Terry says

    I get these in my inbox every day. At first I thought they were spam and just deleted them. Then I got brave (or stupid)and opened one up. They are legitimate messages from friends or companies I know. Why are they coming through as (no sender) (no subject)? One of these was even a reply to a message that had a subject. When they come through they have all of the coding imbedded making it very difficult to read the actual message.

  7. delgirl says

    aaah I had one of these types of email just now, I think sometimes it is when you go to compose ‘New’ mail – in my case I went off this page by clicking on my Inbox hence why I found it has turned up in my deleted folder. I hadn’t finished typing my email and so hadn’t given it a subject or sender. :S DOH!

  8. Joseph Henry says

    I get between 40–80 a day……………..It’s SPAM !!

    If someone with a legit email account sends you an email……believe me, you’ll have a “Sender”
    you might not have the Subject line filled out but you do have a Sender.

    Not much to talk about really…………………It’s SPAM !!!

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