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This can be vital in tracking down the source of not only an offending subscription but possibly a compromised email address or if the source is from a script, listing the file that generated the email in the first place.
It may be sufficient to log the headers rather than the actual email content... Or possibly just a truncated portion of the offending emails content? As long as the source (email address/script) is logged it should be sufficient to help track down security breaches and injected malware code...