Re: SC Parser misses URLs w/ bogus embedded HTML tags
dkona7b02 at sneakemail.com
Thu Dec 2 12:52:44 EST 2004
Where did you see a rule that says munging the message text is
forbidden?? AFAIK, you can munge anything you wish in order to hide
references to yourself in a SPAM item. If the SPAMmer includes a
bogus URL of the form www.yourdomain.com I personally don't think
there is anything wrong with simply removing the entire reference.
That would be a case of under reporting which shouldn't upset the
apple cart at all. It is the same as simply unclicking the checkmark
next to the report for that website after the parse. The only time
munging is not an option is when an ISP specifically refuses munged
Are you sure you are not confusing this with the "no material
changes" rule? That only applies to cases where changing a
header item might cause SpamCop to misidentify the sender...
On 02 Dec 2004 Thomas Bean wrote:
> Is there any way to get SC to report these
> sites without munging the message text (which is against SC rules)?
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