[RESOLVED] Serena Software: inviting a spamtrap to join a webcast

Silicon Valley firm, Serena Software, sent this webcast invitation to a pure spamtrap, ie an email address that has never been used as anything else but a spamtrap. The particular spamtrap normally gets spams advertising fake watches and herbal alternatives to certain blue pills, rather than mainsleaze spams. Makes me wonder how they went about building their list…
The ESP in this case is Marketo.

Sending IP: 72.32.217.107

Spam headers:

Return-Path: <mail___@em107.mktomail.com>
Received: from em107.mktomail.com (em107.mktomail.com [72.32.217.107])
        by _______ with ESMTP id _______
        for <______________>; Thu, 10 Nov 2011 14:__:__ GMT
Received: from mktomail.com ([172.25.6.140])
        by em107.mktomail.com (StrongMail Enterprise _______(_______)); Thu, 10 Nov 2011 08:__:__ -0600
X-VirtualServer: _______, em107.mktomail.com, _______
X-VirtualServerGroup: _______
X-MailingID: ______________
X-SMHeaderMap: mid="X-MailingID"
X-Destination-ID: ______________
X-SMFBL: ______________
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
        boundary="----=_NextPart_______________"
X-Report-Abuse: Please report abuse here: http://www.marketo.com/policy
Reply-To: info@serenasoftware.com
MIME-Version: 1.0
Message-ID: <_______._______@serenasoftware.com>
Subject: Analyst Webcast: 6 Steps for Improving DevOps Collaboration
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 08:__:__ -0600
To: ______________
From: "Serena Software" <info@serenasoftware.com>

Human Readable Spam Email Content:


Subject: Analyst Webcast: 6 Steps for Improving DevOps Collaboration
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 08:__:__ -0600
To: ______________
From: “Serena Software” <info@serenasoftware.com>

To view this email as a web page, go to the following address: http://info.serena.com/index.php/email/emailWebview?mkt_tok=______________

6 Steps for Improving DevOps Collaboration
Keeping People + Process Perfectly In Sync

ref,

Join Serena and your peers on Thursday, November 17, 2011 as Forrester Research Senior Analyst Glenn O’Donnell discusses how getting DevOps right will address many of the issues enterprises consistently have with IT, such as applications failing to meet both functional and nonfunctional requirements, delivery delays, increased costs, and an inflexibility to change.

Register Now <http://info.serena.com/ALM_REL_Webcast_ForresterGlennODonnellNov142011_LP.html>. All attendees will receive our white paper, 8 Ways to Business Value with Release Management. 

Glenn will be joined by Serena experts as they demonstrate and discuss how you can leverage revolutionary improvements in release management solutions that will allow you to:
– Improve release visibility
– Increase release flow
– Reduce downtime
– Simplify compliance

Reserve your spot today <http://info.serena.com/ALM_REL_Webcast_ForresterGlennODonnellNov142011_LP.html>.  Even if you can’t make the live event, registering now will ensure you are notified when the recording is available.

Sincerely,

Serena Software

Serena Software, Inc. 1900 Seaport Boulevard, Redwood City, California 94063 USA Contact Us

Unsubscribe: http://info.serena.com/UnsubscribePage.html?mkt_unsubscribe=1&mkt_tok=______________


2 Responses to [RESOLVED] Serena Software: inviting a spamtrap to join a webcast

  1. Thank you for the report. We’ll open an abuse investigation.

  2. Pingback: Serena Software – now spamming multiple spamtraps » MainSleaze

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