Re: What does "Administrator interested in intermediary handling of
geary at eris.io.com
Fri Sep 9 22:14:20 EDT 2005
In article <dfs7fn$ru9$1 at news.spamcop.net>,
Mike Easter <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote:
< Mark Geary wrote:
< > I submitted a spam report for an email that had passed through a
< > mailing list.
< You are describing something that you could have posted the tracker for,
< and then we could see it. That would make it easier to answer any
Ah, right. I think
is what you are asking for.
< As a general rule, you should *not* be submitting mailing list spam,
< according to the rules you were to have read when you signed up at
< http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/14.html On what type of email
< should I (not) use SpamCop? -- Spam sent to mailing lists
< The problem with mailing list spam is that it can result in the
< reporting of the mailing list server, who should not be reported or
< counted as the source for the spam -- but instead you should "send a
< note to the list owner who can block the source from sending to the list
< or take responsibility for reporting the spam themselves."
If I understand the other replies to my post, the mailing list owner
was not reported as a spammer, but was notified that spam passed
through the list.
"It's going to be a tough one Sam...Ziggy hasn't got a clue and the
guy in the waiting room keeps asking me if I want a jelly baby."
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