[SpamCop-List] Re: Is there a valid reason?
ahab at hiwaay.net
Thu Jul 22 21:47:40 EDT 2004
Rick Carlton wrote:
> "Hoyt Weathers" <ahab at hiwaay.net> wrote in message
> news:40FFC934.4F941843 at hiwaay.net...
> > I am running Mac OS 9.2.2 and Netscape 4.79. Yes, I know they are both
> well outdated.
> > So am I. I turned 70 today [ 7,22,04 ]. I just hate MOS X anything. l
> *think* I am
> > running Mozila, but I am not certain of that. I do not have a mac.com
> email account
> > AFAIK.
> Hey - happy birthday! I hope that my Dad is computing and trying to fight
> spam when he reaches 70. Would be very cool.
> Don't worry about OS9.... I run OSX myself - but I'm also "fine with 9" as
> it were. I don't think you're running Mozilla...but knowing that your
> Netscape version is 4.79 helps a lot. Later versions of Netscape (and
> there's no reason to the version numbers and/or jumps) morphed into an open
> source version called Mozilla. Unfortunately it only runs on OSX.
> So let's see what we can do with what you have. After all, parts are parts,
> > As for your last above, I am trying to avoid all spam. SC certainly does
> not do it
> > for me and never has. It POPs my mail from my ISP. Lately, the spam is
> > via the usual method of View, Page Source, copy, paste into SC, Process
> Spam. I now
> > just get this: "No source IP address found, cannot proceed." I had read a
> week or so
> > ago that this was happening. So far, SC has not licked that problem
> My next question has to do with how you are trying to use Spamcop. Are you
> using the $30/year paid account - as described here -
> http://mail.spamcop.net/individuals.php ? Or trying to report spam from
> your accounts through Spamcop and getting the grief that way - or both?
> I ask because if you have the paid type of account, you shouldn't be having
> to manually report by pasting in the message source. If you are having
> to - it might be a configuration thing.
Hi Rick. Yes, I pay 30 bucks per year. Why would I not have to manually report? What
else could, or should, I do? Over.
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