Could anyone verify that they got a spam message about jobs from
[EMAIL PROTECTED]?

I read over the mail headers and here they are:

eturn-Path: 
          <root>
   Received: 
          (from root@localhost) by godspeed.lusis.org (8.9.3/8.8.7) id
QAA07637 for [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Mon, 14 Feb
          2000 16:01:27 -0500
   Received: 
          from scam.xcf.berkeley.edu (scam.XCF.Berkeley.EDU
[128.32.43.201]) by godspeed.lusis.org (8.9.3/8.8.7) with SMTP id
          QAA07633 for <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; Mon, 14 Feb 2000 16:01:27 -0500
      Date: 
          Mon, 14 Feb 2000 16:01:27 -0500
  Message-ID: 
          <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
   Received: 
          (qmail 23149 invoked by uid 27258); 14 Feb 2000 20:51:41 -0000
  Mailing-List: 
          contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]; run by ezmlm
 Delivered-To: 
          mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   Received: 
          (qmail 23134 invoked from network); 14 Feb 2000 20:51:33 -0000
   Received: 
          from unknown (HELO happy.bworldonline.com) (208.232.226.1) by
scam.xcf.berkeley.edu with SMTP; 14 Feb 2000
          20:51:33 -0000
   Received: 
          from monorailpc ([38.14.96.5]) by happy.bworldonline.com
(Netscape Messaging Server 3.0) with SMTP id AAM15395;
          Tue, 15 Feb 2000 03:59:52 -0800
        To: 
          [EMAIL PROTECTED]
      From: 
          <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
    Subject: 
          HOT OPENINGS IN AUSTIN, TEXAS!!!


I wonder how many other listservs will be getting spamed by these
guys. Maybe the listowner should contact these guys and express his/her
overall disgust at this?


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John E. Vincent
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