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SpamCopAdmin

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  1. >- Your Mailhost settings won't allow you to report yourself or your ISP

    >- Gmail spam from your Gmail account, for instance, SpamCop will not report because it is from a mailserver (IP) you have registered as a possible host

    Neither of those statements are true.

    Mailhosts only tell SpamCop which ISPs belong to you so that outside ISPs can more easily be identified.

    If the spam originated from your ISP, SpamCop will let you report it.

    spam from one Gmail user to another Gmail user never went out on the Internet, which means that there are only internal IPs in the headers, such as 10.66.155.2

    - Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -
    - SpamCop[at]Spro.net -

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