[SpamCop-List] Re: "You've got spam"
glnews030922 at highspot.net
Thu Jul 22 16:15:12 EDT 2004
John J. Burness wrote:
> Graeme Leith wrote:
>> Not from your browser, but if you set up your email client to connect
>> to imap.spamcop.net and subscribe to the held mail folder, it should
>> have the same effect.
>> No idea how to go about this in Outlook Express, but it works in
> Would you, please, define the details of how to do this in Thunderbird??
> I have Thunderbird & the info would be useful. Also, the setup in O.E.
> is not dissimilar, hence it would help O.E. Users as well!
File -> Add new account.
Check email account and hit Next.
Enter your name and Spamcop email address and hit next.
Check IMAP and enter imap.spamcop.net in the incoming server box and hit
Enter your Spamcop email address in the incoming userid and hit next.
Hit next twice more to finish the account creation.
Enter your password when prompted.
Right click on the new inbox and select subscriptions.
Subscribe to Held Email. You might not need to do the subscription part.
I can't remember if it's done automagically.
Right click on the held email folder and select properties.
Check the "Check this folder for new messages" box and hit OK.
Right click on the folder above the new inbox. It's called
youraddress at spamcop.net by default, but you could have called it
something else during the setup above.
Select server settings.
Make sure the "Check for messages every n minutes box is checked.
Evidence shows Cyveillance abuse internet resources.
I recommend unchecking their box in SpamCop reports.
Cyveillance are part of the problem.
They are not part of the solution.
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