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  1. nobody@spamcop.net

    Playing Into Spammer's Hand ??

    frustrating for sure. SC now allows `mole mode' where no email reports are ever sent, but your reports still populate the bl. I guess in the end SC will still be able to build a bl that will protect us from them, even if sometimes we tell them our email address is valid.
  2. nobody@spamcop.net

    Held Mail: how do I delete more than 100

    actually there is a better solution that people don't seem to know about. to mass delete the whole held email folder in just a few clicks - login to webmail at http://webmail.spamcop.net and go to the folders menu by clicking the folders icon at the top. Select Held Email checkbox and then empty folder(s) from the drop down menu. JT has said in the past that you can timeout loggin in to webmail if your held mail is too large. you could try doing the above even if it looks empty. failing that you will probably have to ask the deputies to clear it for you. Perhaps even the automatic cleanup of held mail is not working properly.
  3. nobody@spamcop.net

    Can I *mass delete* my held mail

    to mass delete the whole held email folder in just a few clicks - login to webmail at http://webmail.spamcop.net and go to the folders menu by clicking the folders icon at the top. Select Held Email checkbox and then empty folder(s) from the drop down menu. JT has said in the past that you can timeout loggin in to webmail if your held mail is too large. you could try doing the above even if it looks empty. failing that you will probably have to ask the deputies to clear it for you. Perhaps even the automatic cleanup of held mail is not working properly.
  4. nobody@spamcop.net

    IMANWAY - expert needed

    I have been getting a bunch of curious spams slip through my [at]spamcop.net email. They look like people complaining trying to get off the imanway.com mailing list. It sort of looks like they have harvested a heap of addresses and put them in a mailman db and then send us islam spam. Here's a sample of someone trying to get off http://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=gettrac...rtid=1078952673 Actually some get held, some get through. Is there anyway we can stepup the blocks against this mailserver ?
  5. nobody@spamcop.net

    Forum Users since the legal action

    yes a definite side effect of the /. effect.
  6. nobody@spamcop.net

    MASSIVE LAWSUIT AGAINST SCOTT RICHTER...

    An online petition is only useful if IronPort's lawyers think so. As to looking for some of his turdlets to provide as evidence, surely the spamcop database is the perfect source as they can search through millions of complaints. I would assume that IronPort's defense would be searching for what they want - they can even have an accurate attempt at how many people have been affected. davidp.
  7. nobody@spamcop.net

    1,600+

    Just click the Folders icon at the top of the page, Expand the folders Select the folder you want to empty. (click the selection box in the left column, on the folder's row) Click the Choose Action drop-down box above the folder table. Select Empty Folder(s). (stolen from another thread - you can clean a folder in one hit, as indicate above)
  8. nobody@spamcop.net

    Accessing Held Mail through Webmail

    the freedom of choices the right hand drop down uses IMP client locally, where your held email really is. I prefer this way as it is fast. Also you can turn preview on so you get the first few bytes of each message. This is normally enough to confirm that it is spam. The other held email link is what is known as VER and is a result of the held email being dragged via IMAP over to another machine. You can report from there as well and it should result in the same (as quick reporting that is) The 2nd incarnation is the first interface to held email, the first one mentioned above has since been added when the nice webmail client came along.
  9. nobody@spamcop.net

    Using sub folder under "InBox"

    ke ? webmail/IMP offers you 2 modes, one where it behaves exactly like OE/IMAP - i.e. straight line through a deleted message, hit purge link to get ride of it. 2nd mode is where all deleted messages go to trash which you must empty manually.
  10. nobody@spamcop.net

    Kinda vague

    Just as a note for those sitting on the sidelines. my mailhosts (spamcop, my ISP, hotmail, yahoo, fastmail and a couple of hosted domains) all appear to be registered and my traces look ok to me. Only a few ask for me to really verify that the chain is correct, the vast majority recognise the whole chain or find an open proxy or a trivial forgery. So things appear to be reasonably close to working to me.
  11. nobody@spamcop.net

    Kinda vague

    I see Forgery detected, or mailhost configuration incomplete. Please verify source IP identified. sometimes when looking at my parsed spam. My mailhost configuration looks fine, so now I need to decided whether the lines below this warning are fake or not ? I don't have the expertise to determine this so am opting to delete it instead.
  12. nobody@spamcop.net

    Kinda vague

    And one more Question: do we need to go throught the mailhost configuration for all of the accounts that we are using to POP our email from ? I did anyway.
  13. nobody@spamcop.net

    No answers yet

    Q for Julian, will the new mailhost system cope with ISPs reconfiguring their MX records ?
  14. nobody@spamcop.net

    White listing doesn't seem to work

    as a debug, try adding freeserve.co.uk JVWhite.freeserve.co.uk and even co.uk to your whitelist and see if that makes any difference, ie. if you can get any of them to let the email through.
  15. nobody@spamcop.net

    Recommended SMTP providers?

    and spamcop's webmail doesn't suit your need ? I don't have any suggestions but do suggest that you make sure that the service you use isn't on any block lists before you start ... fastmail.fm don't seem to be able to do any wrong, so I'd start with them - their free service doesn't offer SMTP.
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