littlepeaks

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  1. Well, I did the mailhosts setup, as instructed for my Comcast account, and it seems to have worked. I tried to report a spam before doing it, and it said it was attributable to Comcast. After I did the mailhosts setup, it reported it to some domain in Denmark. If I decide to also report for the GoDaddy account, I will add that before I do something I don't want to do. Thanks.
  2. Thanks for the info -- I briefly read it, and I'm a little bit confused about multiple accounts. I recently also acquired another email account hosted by GoDaddy insteaed of Comcast. I download those messages directly from GoDaddy using Outlook, instead of SeaMonkey. I have not yet tried reporting spam from the GoDaddy account. So is this a fly in the ointment?
  3. I have Comcast as my ISP. Almost every email I receive shows the originating ISP as Comcast. This is not correct. I tried letting Spamcop parse legitimate messages originating from other ISP networks, and it still wants to report them to Comcast as the originator. I always deselect Comcast in reports. Any help? BTW. I use SeaMonkey for email.
  4. Yesterday, I received two scams (on how to receive my $5,000,000). I tried to report these, and spamcop rejected them because there was no body. Believe it or not, the spammer put the entire message (which was kind of long) in the subject field. And there was no body. Anyway to report stuff like this in the future?