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Claims to be from SquirrelMail warning me of need to upgrade -- a little puzzling, since if I am just an end-user of SM I shouldn't have to upgrade anything, but then these guys are looking for people even dumber than themselves I guess.

Their link points to an unrelated site hosted at ee.net (which is currently not accepting SpamCop hosting reports, so I had to LART them myself).

Note spelling error in squirellmailupdatealert.0lx.net; as always, malorthography provides valuable clues in the defense against e-mail crooks.

-- rick

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