[Resolved] Another innocent spam trap victim in SpamCop Blocklist Help Posted February 15, 2006 Answered by others (although somewhat overzealously, IMHO). Since server admins can stop such blowback, they should. If they don't, and the autoresponders and NDRs go to people (or spam traps) who didn't send the original e-mail (because their e-mail addresses are forged in the "From" address), then it's considered spam here and reportable as such. 40516[/snapback] Thanks for your reply and thanks to the deputy who replied to my earlier email. We found the answer: someone out there in the world apparently didn't like an answer they got from our customer service department and put their email address in at least one Yahoo group. A spammer sent an email with a forged "From" address to this group, a server in our customer service department POP3'd the message from my server, and in the interest of better customer service, auto-replied. Unfortunately this auto-reply ended up in the spam trap. NONE of this was spam-related OTHER than the spam that we received and (incorrectly I admit) auto-replied to.