[SC-Help] Re: Help
nobody at spamcop.net
Thu Apr 29 11:22:15 EDT 2004
"Spambo" <rmu93awSPAMB02 at sneakemail.com> wrote in message
news:c6r19t$5fk$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Ailton Moreira wrote:
> > Dear Sir,
> > first I would like to introduce myself: I'm working as IT Manager
for Catho Online. Our online services offer to our subscribers support
to find out job opportunities. Today I've got an e-mail from SPAMCOP
informing us that our ip's # 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 200.212.63.
42 are appearing at the BLACK LIST as a SPAMMER company!
> > [snip]
> None of those IPs are currently listed in the SCBL, although there
> have been some spam reports associated with the IPs
> As far as I know SpamCop doesn't send notices that it has listed IPs
> in the blocklist. Spam reports, when sent, act as an alert that
> the IP may end up in the blocklist.
To expand on Spambo's answer, if you received a report, or alert, it
would contain a copy of the spam message reported to spamcop as coming
from one of those IP addresses.
You might not receive reports if email has been sent to spam traps.
Generally when someone who has a strong anti-spam policy gets listed,
it is because of spammers taking advantage of some vulnerability - an
open proxy, a trojanized machine, a SMTP/AUTH exploit - or because of
auto replies to viruses that are sent to the forged spamtrap address.
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