Re: Mail rejected by Host that has never been listed?
nobody at spamcop.net
Sun Mar 7 17:34:02 EST 2004
"RW" <nobody at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:404B6BAA.8364C78D at spamcop.net...
> Ironport put in terabyte harddrives, allowing us to keep
> forever and a day. When Julian was moving things over to the new
> and changing things so reports don't get dumped after 30 days, a
> crept in that started updating the history at the bottom every
> web page syncronized to the bl (about every 16 seconds). The
> we were seeing screens and screens and screens of:
Since it is possible to keep reports, would it be possible for the
initial report (particularly for spamtraps and mole reports, but
also for any other reports) to be simply a statement that spam from
this IP address was reported via spamcop and that "evidence" can be
obtained via the bl link to spamcop.
White hat ISP's would probably want to see the report so that they
could do whatever is necessary, but most of them do not receive
that many reports. Blackhat ISP's would ignore it.
It would save bandwidth for the sending of reports; it doesn't give
spammers anything to go on, yet white hat ISP's would get reports
when spam hits a spamtrap and reporters would not have to be
anxious about munging.
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