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--- Comment #7 from Sidney Markowitz <email@example.com> 2011-11-13 19:00:55 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #5)
I also like "detected" better than "listed". I do think that it would be better
to include some hint for people who see this and have no idea what DCC is, as
the top hits for a Google search of those three letters is not particularly
enlightening. I apologize for misunderstanding the problem with the
rhyolite.com URL: My Internet connection is through Vodafone NZ who have some
sort of brain-damaged "transparent" web proxy that seems to block a random
assortment of web sites unless I tunnel past it through a VPN to some other
ISP. I thought that www.rhyolite.com was no longer in operation and you wanted
to change the URL.
Assuming that people who want to find out what the DCC hit in their email means
are smart enough to try a web search, I think this would do:
describe DCC_CHECK Detected as bulk mail by DCC (dcc-servers.net)
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