Re: ISP censors outbound mail, nixing spam discussions
pxpearson at spamxcop.net
Wed Apr 27 15:26:59 EDT 2005
>>> Peter Pearson wrote:
>>>> The problem:
>>>> My ISP (Charter Communications, may their kidneys rot) drops email
>>>> I send that looks like spam, sometimes making it very difficult to
>>>> conduct a correspondence discussing, for example, a phishing scam.
>>>> Charter does not notify me when they drop my email, so I have to send
>>>> a second "Did you get that message?" email after each at-risk missive.
> Interesting; can you even report a spam from those accounts? That would
It does indeed suck. As a matter of fact, the first sign of
trouble was when my email-to-Spamcop spam reports stopped
producing responses. Today, I pay (happily) to receive email
at Spamcop, I report the contents of my Held folder with a
few mouse clicks, and I deal with the few straggler spams that
sneak through by pasting them into Spamcop's web-based
Remove the two x's to get a good email address.
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