[SpamCop-List] Re: Can someone clue me in on a few things?
tc_scv at metacralwer.com
Wed Mar 3 01:42:09 EST 2004
I checked out the FAQ, but to be perfectly honest, I'm not a computer geek
and a lot of it is written in terminology that is foreign to me.
"WazoO" <nobody at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:c23rvs$orp$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> "Pete" <tc_scv at metacralwer.com> wrote in message
> news:c23q6e$m5s$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> > I apologized if these have been asked a million times, I looked over the
> > newsgroup and couldn't find a prior instance.
> That's really because most of what you're asking exists on the web
> found at http://www.spamcop.net Have you gone there and looked around?
> Not about to state that the FAQ is the greatest, but all but your last can
> be found from the front page.
> > 1. When you are a "mole" for spamcop, what does spamcop do with the
> > reported spam?
> > 2. If spamcop does something with the reported spam, how does it affect
> > 3. I keep seeing something about a "black list". Is that something
> > only usable by network admins?
> > 4. Which has more effect......using spamcop or manually reporting this
> > stuff on your own?
> Hard to say, but unless you do know what you're doing, SpamCop is
> usally much more accurate and definitly a lot faster than doing it
> Actual results are more based on the ISPs involved rather then any
> differences in reporting methods.
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