[SC-Help] Re: How to contact somebody sending a complaint.
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Fri Aug 5 08:26:07 EDT 2005
"Benoit Panizzon" <usenet-20041007 at spam.woody.ch> wrote in message
news:dcv780$iku$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> My Question is:
> If abuse at example.com ist blocklisted because of the sayd auto
> incoming complaints. Would an reply sent from
'someotherguy at example.com'
> sent to the same ID also be blocked?
> Does spamcop block the sender address 'abuse at example.com' or does
> everything sent to ID at reports.spamcop.net because it knows it
> complaint to abuse at example.com.
I don't know what spamcop does about autoacks to tracking id's, but
in general spamcop blocks IP addresses, not email addresses.
Reporters have an option to receive all answers including autoacks.
If you are sending auto acks, then if the reporter doesn't want
them, they would be dropped. Possibly if you answer the challenge,
you will be able to send a message to the reporter.
Just because the company says that they have a registered mailing
list doesn't mean that they have a confirmed subscription list.
IIUC, those who have a confirmed subscription list can look at the
email and identify it as being registered even if it has been
munged by spamcop. If the reporter munged it, then maybe not.
I am really glad that you are making your customers clean up their
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