Ecartis command results: -- Attached file included as plaintext by Ecartis --

Ecartis ecartis at
Tue Aug 2 04:44:43 GMT 2005

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>> This e-mail, in its original form, contained one or more attached files
>> that were infected with a virus, worm, or other type of security threat.
>> This e-mail was sent from a Road Runner IP address. As part of our
>> continuing initiative to stop the spread of malicious viruses, Road
>> Runner scans all outbound e-mail attachments. If a virus, worm, or
>> other security threat is found, Road Runner cleans or deletes the infected
>> attachments as necessary, but continues to send the original message
>> content to the recipient. Further information on this initiative can
>> be found at
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>> Please be advised that Road Runner does not contact the original sender
>> of the e-mail as part of the scanning process. Road Runner recommends
>> that if the sender is known to you, you contact them directly and advise
>> them of their issue. If you do not know the sender, we advise you to
>> forward this message in its entirety (including full headers) to the
>> Road Runner Abuse Department, at abuse at
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>> The original message was received at Mon, 1 Aug 2005 21:44:18 -0700
>> from []
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>> ----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
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>> <listar at>
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>> file attachment: 
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>> This e-mail in its original form contained one or more attached files
>> that were infected with the W32.Mydoom.M at mm virus or worm. They have
>> been removed. 
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>> For more information on Road Runner's virus filtering initiative, visit
>> our Help & Member Services pages at, or the virus
>> filtering information page directly at
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Ecartis v1.0.0 - job execution complete.

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