[SpamCop-List] Re: Spamcop is becoming unusuable
eddie at eddie.web
Wed May 18 19:47:13 EDT 2005
On Wed, 18 May 2005 07:59:23 -0500, Larry Kilgallen scratched out the
> In article <d6fa92$9ua$1 at news.spamcop.net>, "Pete" <none at none.none>
>> Pretty soon it'll be easier to do this stuff manually. It's becoming a
>> rare thing to see a URL that spamcop will parse.
> I believe the main value of SpamCop is compiling the SCBL.
Quite true, but without users, there will be no SCBL, right?
I suffer through reporting at times but I don't think I would leave SC.
However, if too many users get frustrated and leave, the database would be
seriously reduced in volume. SC should be doing all it can to support and
aid its userbase to encourage them to stay and keep reporting spam.
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