Why is this in DCC?

Robin Lynn Frank rlfrank@paradigm-omega.com
Wed Sep 11 20:55:23 UTC 2002


eff.org is a spammer??????

I wouldn't have thought so.  What is the scoop??  The output below shows it 
in DCC.

*****SPAM***** EFFector 15.28: Motions Filed in Morpheus Peer-to-Peer Case, 
EFF's 2nd Annual Share-In This Weekend
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 13:33:02 -0700 (PDT)
From: Effector List <alerts@action.eff.org>
 To: xxxxx@xxxxx.xx

 SPAM: -------------------- Start SpamAssassin results ----------------------
SPAM: This mail is probably spam.  The original message has been altered
SPAM: so you can recognise or block similar unwanted mail in future.
SPAM: See http://spamassassin.org/tag/ for more details.
SPAM: 
SPAM: Content analysis details:   (6.80 hits, 5 required)
SPAM: REMOVE_IN_QUOTES   (2.1 points)  BODY: List removal information
SPAM: REMOVE_SUBJ        (1.7 points)  BODY: List removal information
SPAM: DRASTIC_REDUCED    (1.0 points)  BODY: Drastically Reduced
SPAM: SPAM_PHRASE_02_03  (-0.7 points) BODY: Spam phrases score is 02 to 03 
(medium)
SPAM:                    [score: 2]
SPAM: DCC_CHECK          (2.7 points)  Listed in DCC, see 
http://rhyolite.com/anti-spam/dcc/
SPAM: 
SPAM: -------------------- End of SpamAssassin results ---------------------
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Robin Lynn Frank
Paradigm-Omega, LLC
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Sheridan fell at Z'ha'dum.
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