Walden H. Leverich wrote:
So when your email client attempts to "draw" the image it requests that jpg file which makes a request to the server and that's how they know you opened it.
Yes, but most modern email clients offer the ability to disable that functionality until you authorize it. It's not a function of spam, in general ... but I've seen it quite often in legitimate commercial email. david
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