They Told You Not To Reply
by Anton Piatek
Security Fix has an interesting article on the owner of the domain donotreply.com
When businesses want to communicate with their customers via e-mail, many send messages with a bogus return address, e.g. “email@example.com.” The practice is meant to communicate to recipients that any replies will go unread.But when those messages are sent to an inactive e-mail address or the recipient ignores the instruction and replies anyway, the missives don’t just disappear into the digital ether.
Instead, they land in Chet Faliszek’s e-mail box._