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I could imagine that with a faked "From:" line, and the real scammer´s email in the "Reply-to:" line, which is often only visible in the email header, it would be fairly easy to do 419ers, Lotto scammers and Senegal spammers do their format throwing like this all the time.
They will receive your replies to their "Reply-to"-mugu email, since most people will just hit the reply button believing the reply would go to the "From:" email and not to a hidden "Reply-to" one, which is different and no official (military) email addy extension any more but some yahoo, live etc. The header would reveal it though, the receiver sits at the end of the "Reply-to" email address. If somebody meets a military online, is it okay to ask them: give me your official military email, if you are real.
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Of course, soldiers with common names would get an address like: [email protected]
Now, the Army has created a new format that looks like this: firstname.middleinitial.lastname.mil@
That's what a soldier's e-mail address would look like.
An Army civilian employee or contractor would have an e-mail address like this: firstname.middleinitial.lastname.civ@ Bottom line - don't automatically assume that you're talking to a scammer if his e-mail address looks like one of those listed above.
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