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aMusaic

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  1. It is not presumptuous - it is my experience - and I am sure I am not alone in these findings. This is about a reputation SpamCop has now put on itself as a company. I have sent several emails to the addresses mentioned - if they don't reply to mail, then what should I think about it? "Oh well...they are there, but I am not important to them..."? When Support is silent as an oyster - is that not dead? 'Dead' starts with mail sent to deputies[at]admin.spamcop.net & support-cases[at]spamcop.net is DOA. It's up to them to prove me wrong.
  2. It doesn't matter whether an address is technically okay - what matters is whether someone reads and responds to mail. Sending mail to either address generates NO RESPONSE - so they are dead.
  3. Considering the known support addressees (deputies[at]admin.spamcop.net & support-cases[at]spamcop.net) are "dead", people will come here to get support. I was lucky enough to monitor the behavior of the notification being sent to me - others might not be that lucky...and may wonder why their membership notification never arrives in their mailbox.
  4. When new users are registering themselves to this forum a confirm notification is sent out. BUT: The notification appears as coming from news[at]news.cesmail.net - bummer! That notification will drop dead with a lot of ISPs - because: 553 <news[at]news.cesmail.net>... Domain of sender address news[at]news.cesmail.net does not exist 20141017 17:23:16 6300149 2 Task Delivery Failure. Good luck... If you have seen a drop in the number of new members it is because of this. Since the notifications is (perhaps) not received, the new member can not confirm.
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