[SpamCop-List] Re: SDF.org sporadically listed in bl.spamcop.net
jgriffitts at spamcop.net
Sat Nov 19 17:01:26 EST 2005
In article <ryFbX45gg7PM at eisner.encompasserve.org>, Larry Kilgallen
>In article <XXieAQqs15fDFAMP at griffitts.org>, Jonathan Griffitts
><jgriffitts at spamcop.net> writes:
. . .
>What do they say when asked about "accept-then-bounce" semantics ?
I have just asked this question on the internal SDF forum. Please stand
by. . .
One suggestion was that some individual SDF user may have set up some
kind of "vacation" response or other autoresponder, which then sent to
Is there any way we can find out the nature of the notes which landed in
the spamtrap? I realize you want to keep the mailbox address secret,
but if we're going to diagnose this it would be very to useful to know
if you got back a rejection "bounce" message or some kind of
autoresponse. I know that official SpamCop policy for this is "no
evidence will be presented" but this seems obstructive to trying to
diagnose the problem.
AnyWare Engineering Boulder, CO, USA
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