[SpamCop-List] Re: probably a stupid question
ric.gates at bigsleep.org
Tue Mar 2 13:27:42 EST 2004
On 02 Mar 2004 Michael Lefevre entered spamcop and left
news:c2215g$q0n$1 at news.spamcop.net:
> Blammo wrote:
>> The someone else are clients that use Outlook. I need to be able to
>> get complete eMails forwarded to me for evaluation (spam/viruses),
>> and I'm just looking at alternatives. Also if I can convince then to
>> use SpamCop they need an easy way to do it that works.
> If they need your help to evaluate spam/viruses, then I'm not sure
> it's wise to try and convince them to use Spamcop. If you could just
> send them the URL, and they'd read the Spamcop website, understand how
> things worked, and sign up for themselves, that'd be great. If they
> can't figure it out for themselves, the chances are they're not going
> to be able to make the ongoing judgements necessary when reporting
> their spam.
Exactly, but I think at least one of them is smart enough to use Spamcop.
She sometimes forwards me headers but she doesn't want to risk opening
viruses and I don't blame her.
> This is still not answering your question, I know...
Aw well, I'm probably better off doing nothing at all, after all, if I
start doing something then they'll probably blame me when that fails. They
don't pay me enough for that.
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