Re: Adding a "report to SpamCop" button to another webmail system
(deputies, please look)
nobody at spamcop.net
Sun Mar 7 23:05:23 EST 2004
RW (nobody at spamcop.net) wrote in news:404B9437.E2913BF0 at spamcop.net:
> I do know of at least one webmail provider that has this option,
> except they have everything going through a single SC account, set up
> under their abuse alias. This does create problems though as they
> then have to answer for everything their users do. It also
> jeopardizes their entire reporting setup as we could cancel their
> single account because of one user doing the wrong thing.
My access provider (xs4all.nl) also has an interface in their webmail;
you have to sign up first with SpamCop, then activate the feature in
their webmail and give your key which is stored in your personal
profile. Once this is done, you get an extra link when you open a mail:
'Report as spam' which forwards the mail to your personal submit
The only disadvantage with this scheme is that you have to open and
report each mail separately, even when working through your "spambox".
Marjolein Katsma - Amsterdam, NL - http://hshelp.com/
Spam reporting addresses: http://banspam.javawoman.com/report3.html
Spammers steal resources: they're my enemy.
Cyveillance steals resources: they're my enemy.
The enemy of my enemy can be my enemy, too.
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