Did this spam warning message come from Emma - or from the receiver?

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see attached - text in red letters at top and bottom of email. Where did this text come from?
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Anchor Point Architecture, Inc.

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Hi!


This message comes from spam scanning software at the receiving server. That software is configured to warn recipients when the displayed destination of a link in an email (www.OneAnchor.com) doesn't match the actual destination they are sent to initially (t.e2ma.net). It's being sent to the Emma link shortener because this link is marked to track clicks for reporting purposes. The simplest way to prevent the warning from showing and to continue to track clicks on the link is to change the displayed text to not look like a website name (e.g. just 'OneAnchor'). If you don't need click tracking on that link, you can disable it following the instructions found in this Community posting: https://community.myemma.com/emma/top...
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