Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ entry 10.18:
I got spam which gave one of the Diva Las Vegas e-mail addresses as that of the sender.
Unfortunately, e-mail sender address falsification is easy to do and is
very common among spammers. It is highly unlikely that the spam you
received actually originated from or transited through any of our
If you sincerely believe that any spam e-mail actually came from
our e-mail system, please forward the offending message(s) with the
complete header lines intact to:
We have volunteers who are active in the anti-spam community and we
will check your report thoroughly.
To better tell what did and did not actually originate from our
e-mail systems, our legitimate e-mail will almost never contain
any file attachments or any embedded graphics. If it appeared to
come from DLV and has a file attached to it, it's most likely
something very nasty which was sent to you without our approval.
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When should I use that "emergency" DLV e-mail address?
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I've seen DLV brochures, posters, and flyers. Can I get some of these?
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