I have currently two messages in my inbox that passed the spam filter. The interesting thing is that there are not like the regular ones that you would see in the Spam folder.
Subject: [My Home Address]
Hey [My Name]
I guess your job is going well. I just wanted to tell you about a superb job opportunity in New York. Philippe we have had many of our clients take this opp & I have heard some fantastic stories.
The newspaper has story featuring one of our clients, Kelly Richards. It will also give you all the relevant information you need to get started. [My Name] the link is [Digg link that links to a "get money from home" site] and I believe the story will be featured on the homepage until tomorrow.
Best regards Sandra Heavlin
It looks like I may have signed up at one point to something that did not offer Canadian residences and used a silly New York postal code instead. Though this is the first time I am seeing spam in this format.
And the second one
Subject: RE:[My Home Address]
[My Name] Day before today I spotted they are handing over out their grant green notes in New York
The heavyweight reason why this is they are needing to seriously cure economy
Simply search "[search query]" in Google to take a look at how to secure it for your family.
Respectfully yours Gary Edelman
The first result in the query is again a fake site.
I want to just report these conversations as spam, but I am not sure how they will affect the rest of my messages with my address in the subject line. Ideally I would like to trace this back to source and remove my information from there, but most likely this is not possible.