Re: Any way to lock out a server from the spamcop blacklist?
rmu93awSPAMB02 at sneakemail.com
Wed May 12 13:19:57 EDT 2004
> Sure. If Amazon were spamming there'd be more than thirty complaints and
> has only rarely been on the BL. That's overwhelming evidence that they're
> not spammers.
SpAmazon are spammers, they keep spamming me.
> I think the burden of proof that they are spammers is on the accuser (that
> would be you in this case).
The burden of proof is on the sender, how can the recipient
(of any spam) prove that they didn't request the material?
Just a SpamCop newsgroup participant, not an admin or employee of
SpamCop or related domains.
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