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Whats even more scary - which government agency is ODPM ... ?


OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER...


Oi Prescott.... Nooooooooo !
my dad met prescott, but who the hell is Chris Millet I e-mailed him back saying...and who the hell are you?
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Whats even more scary - which government agency is ODPM ... ?


OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER...


Oi Prescott.... Nooooooooo !
watch it, he catch you out with the old right hand hook
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watch it, he catch you out with the old right hand hook
What a ponce Prescott is! He's hilarious!

"Yeah I'm Old Labour, I think we should give back to the poor, now which of my Jags do I drive away in..."
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Does this make me special now!?!?!?

*throws fairy dust aka craft shop glitter over everybody*
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What a ponce Prescott is! He's hilarious!

"Yeah I'm Old Labour, I think we should give back to the poor, now which of my Jags do I drive away in..."
..........the one which will alllow my fat rear egg covered end to slide into.
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..........the one which will alllow my fat rear egg covered end to slide into.
I can just imagine the pop as he finally squeezes in...
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Nope all my e-mail is atuomatically scanned...there were no attachments and the end of the address is Government.....

:confused:
Regards it appearing to be a Government email address, you can pretty much ignore that. I can send you an email appearing to come from [email protected]... it's far too easy to make an email appear to come from any address.

What would be more interesting, is the actual source of the message... if you post that we can see if it really did originate from HM's Government in which case I'm sure the Sun would be most interested!
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Regards it appearing to be a Government email address, you can pretty much ignore that. I can send you an email appearing to come from [email protected]... it's far too easy to make an email appear to come from any address.

What would be more interesting, is the actual source of the message... if you post that we can see if it really did originate from HM's Government in which case I'm sure the Sun would be most interested!
How do I find that?
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Regards it appearing to be a Government email address, you can pretty much ignore that. I can send you an email appearing to come from [email protected]... it's far too easy to make an email appear to come from any address.

What would be more interesting, is the actual source of the message... if you post that we can see if it really did originate from HM's Government in which case I'm sure the Sun would be most interested!
I can confirm for you that that is an address from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and given I have contacts within the civil service, my contact is at DFES.gov.uk (Dept. for Education & Services), that that is the scanning system that the Government use to check their messages for viruses, (the GSi bit as a "signature").
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I can confirm for you that that is an address from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and given I have contacts within the civil service, my contact is at DFES.gov.uk (Dept. for Education & Services), that that is the scanning system that the Government use to check their messages for viruses, (the GSi bit as a "signature").
Really????!?!?! :eek:
What do I do? Where did they get my e-mail? Am I being watched now?!?!?!?!?
You are SCARING me
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I can confirm for you that that is an address from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and given I have contacts within the civil service, my contact is at DFES.gov.uk (Dept. for Education & Services), that that is the scanning system that the Government use to check their messages for viruses, (the GSi bit as a "signature").
Could still be an elaborate hoax... we can have a look at the IP addresses where the email actually originated from if we get the source.

Regards getting the source Dani, do you have Outlook or Outlook Express? If you do, open the email. Click on file. Click on properties. Click on the details tab. Click on the message source button, and cut and paste. Remember to delete your email address if you want to.
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Could still be an elaborate hoax... we can have a look at the IP addresses where the email actually originated from if we get the source.

Regards getting the source Dani, do you have Outlook or Outlook Express? If you do, open the email. Click on file. Click on properties. Click on the details tab. Click on the message source button, and cut and paste. Remember to delete your email address if you want to.
it's in AOL
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Could still be an elaborate hoax...
If it was a hoax, you aint kidding !

Looks like a genuine address, simply by the signature regarding the virus scan.

What I mean by that is that it is precisely the wording of the government agencies.

Could well just have been a typing error on the part of the author of the email.

But still, sounds like the bloke is looking for someone !
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it's in AOL
It'll be there if you hunt. Might be called the message headers if it's not called the message source. Don't worry though, interesting email none the less!
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It'll be there if you hunt. Might be called the message headers if it's not called the message source. Don't worry though, interesting email none the less!
scary nonetheless
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scary nonetheless
That too.
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is this of any use?


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DTLR isn't that department of trade leisure and resources or something
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DTLR isn't that department of trade leisure and resources or something
Transport, Local Government and the Regions.


Which:

(Original post by DTLR Website)
Most of the other responsibilities of the former Department for Transport Local Government and the Regions (DTLR) will be brought into the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) and put together with his existing related responsibilities for social exclusion and the regions (including the Government Offices in the Regions).
The evidence continues to roll in.
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Transport, Local Government and the Regions.


Which:



The evidence continues to roll in.
ARGHHH MY DAD WORKED THERE! No wonder they'd be looking at me!! FUDGEEEEEE
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