[SpamCop-List] Re: WANT SPAMCOP TO GO AWAY
Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski
dominik+0405 at usenet.rangers.eu.org
Tue Apr 26 20:14:30 EDT 2005
Cynthia <Cynthia at triplespiral.net> wrote:
> > Other replies have found humor in your situation - which clearly is not
> > what you are hoping for. I'll try to be of some help on the assumption
> > that you are serious.
> > From your first paragraph: At least some of the e-mails you are sending
> > are being blocked by their recipients' ISPs.
> Emails I'm wanting to RECEIVE are being blocked....and not by me. And not
> by my ISP. And not by my web host.
And how do you know that? After all, if your incoming mail were blocked,
you wouldn't receive it, would you?
> > SpamCop does maintain an informational list of spammers - defined by its
> > subscribers according to its rules. If the ISP of the intended recipient
> > uses the SpamCop list to block your e-mail, that's hardly SpamCop's
> > fault.
> I am not a subscriber. I do not want my **incoming** email blocked.
> And what little information Yahoo gives me names SpamCop and gives it's
How does Yahoo give you that information?
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