[SpamCop-List] Re: newbie needs help
nobody at spamcop.net
Wed Feb 18 16:31:36 EST 2004
"Mike" <msangray at carroll.edu> wrote in message
news:c10mlg$a4t$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Okay, so I need to tell spamcop that the sender who is being blocked
> not be blocked, at least from sending mail to my system? How do I do
> Do I need to login to the spamcop web site? Is there a spamcop list
> somewhere on my email server that I need to find?
you can certainly tell SpamCop anything you'd like <g>
But, to answer the question / situation, no, this is not how it works.
Sika suggested that you needed to look at the actual network
configuration. You had describes an Exchange server. Sika
had suggested the probability that your Exchange server was
actually looking through another machine, and the other machine
would be where the filtering was going on .... usual scenarios are
like someone setting up a *NIX based system to filter the crud,
and the Exchange server would take its input from there to
handle the actual distribution of 'internal' mail.
However, you stated that your direct upstream connection is
your ISP ... so that would lead to the question as to whether
you are doing the blocking or if it's your ISP that's doing the
No, there is no "spamcop list" on your system, no matter how
it's set up. At best, you'll only find SpamCop listed as an
additional resource in the blocking / tagging rule set for the
handling of incoming e-mail.
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