[SpamCop-List] Re: Parser Suggestion (Maybe)
nobody at spamcop.net
Thu Jan 22 10:13:45 EST 2004
"Leon Mayne" <l.rmvmayne at uea.ac.uk> wrote in message news:bujhm1$13o$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Anti-Spam wrote:
> > When reporting, I've been in the habit of
> > unchecking some of the domains I suspect
> > of belonging to or supporting spammers.
> > Question is: does this screw up the SC stats,
> > or should I stop? Or maybe the parser could
> > use a "mole" option for each individual report
> > addressee.
> > Are many other people doing this? There may
> > have been a few posts to this effect, in the last
> > little while. (I'm not sure whether or not the
> > unchecking has helped or not. More on that
> > experiment when I have enough data.)
> This will still put the spammy IP into the dnsbl, so it is still helping.
> The only difference is that the ISP will not receive a report which they can
> use to find and remove spammers on their network. If they don't care about
> the spammers, or are supporting them, then there's not much point sending
> them a report anyway!
My rationale for not LARTing to certain ISPs, is
because my address subsequently _seems_ to
get added to MORE spam lists, in spite of SC
munging. The question is I've never been in a
position to _prove_ particular ISPs are problems.
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