[SpamCop-List] Re: How do I submit my spam to spamcop?
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Fri Jun 3 14:02:48 EDT 2005
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
news:d7pq8f$fjd$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Yes. Those generic forum links which aren't actually pointed at an
> answer to a question which is residing in the forum are much more
As stated in another post, the original query was seen to ba lacking
some specific details, what e-mail apps were in use for instance.
Sire, one could assume OE as seen in the posting headers, but
we all know that Outllok uses OE for NNTP ... so rather than
make an assumption, suggesting hitting the Forum at the top
seemed much wiser.
> The message I see is that rather than the reply being an 'answer', it is
> an advertisement, like spam.
And again, this poster had already stated that the www.spamcop.net
FAQ didn't answer his/her questions. And again noting that I had in
fact touched a couple of specific issues before getting to the Forum
> "If you will go to the forum and post your question over there instead
> of in here, we will answer your question there." and "I'm not going to
> answer your question here, but someone may answer it over there."
I didn't say squat about posting ... I was suggesting another resource
for answers that may have been easier to use than the already described
failed attempt at using the Help link from the web-page.
> It is not at all the same as when a forum link is posted in which the
> site in the forum represents a specific answer to a specific question.
As so many questions and issues are wrapped up in that post, my
logic is that the whole SpamCop experience seemed to be an issue
for this poster.
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