How to recognize an academic spam publisher

I think this is self-evident to the human reader. From an email I got:

Your interesting published article “Erratum to: The single-vendor commercial open source business model” drives me to call for new papers and honorary reviewer, on behalf of Computer Communication & Collaboration, which is an English quarterly journal in Canada.

Oh well… And I’m still annoyed about Springer changing my paper title on their own will.

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    olley oxen

    Thanks for sharing this snippet. I got the same email, but your case clearly indicates this is a spammer.

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