Re: SpamForce - Is this what you have been looking for?
nobody at spamcop.net
Mon Mar 1 08:29:35 EST 2004
On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 09:22:11 -0500, "SPAMCOP" <nobody at spamcop.nwt>
>There is one possibly positive, although not necessarily very important,
>point for MW. The newbie spammer might, if he's alone without any contacts,
>think the bounce is real, but - somehow I doubt that's anywhere near common
>nor of much value. Before three years ago, I might have thought it was
>real - but I would have (and did) find out quickly that it was bogus.
> So besides their lies, there are also a couple lies there with enough
>truth to make the unsuspecting newly involved believe their claim.
> That said, I DID us MW once to "clean up" a Hotmail account to a point
>where I could use it. Just did so on a lark - and MW made it easier, once I
>understood waht the program was and wasn't. It only got me washed though;
>didn't do anything to any spammers.
Since Microsoft arrested/fined a major spammer Reporting "new"
spammers to your hotmail does seem to keep them at bay
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