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Adding a SECOND POP address?

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Since the SpamCop is working very well for me...

about 2 to 5 spams slip through out of about 800 daily,

I'd like to roll in a second address.

Instead of subscribing to a second SpamCop email

account it would be better for me to retrieve all the

mail from TWO DIFFERENT ADDRESSES through the

same interface.

Can this be done? (Don't mind an extra charge)

How do you do it?

My "User Group" address, showker[at]user-groups.net is

getting nearly as much spam as my graphic-design.com

address.

Thanks

Fred

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Yes, absolutely. Just browse on over to your account's POP Configuration using the secure or insecure method and add another Server.

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you can also just use a "+" after your login name

in my case

petzl[at]spamcop.net

works just as well as

petzl+hotcopper[at]spamcop.net

instead of hotcopper you can use whatever you choose

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EXCELLENT...

Thanks for the FIRST actual working answer I've

received in these forums...

Have now gladly doubled spam reporting from

another POP I had given up on.

Bravo

Fred

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<snip>

Thanks for the FIRST actual working answer I've received in these forums...

<snip>

20186[/snapback]

...Can't figure out why you say that. The only other posts of yours I can find are:

...Please don't accuse "us" of not providing working answers when you haven't done your part to follow up. :) <g>

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...Can't figure out why you say that.  The only other posts of yours I can find are:

...Please don't accuse "us" of not providing working answers when you haven't done your part to follow up.  :) <g>

20189[/snapback]

I say that because in the "POP" email help, it was the same

answers over and over, all of which never worked. I gave up.

Figured out I'll just have to resolve myself to retrieving

the mail manually.

Now I have another problem, we'll see how that goes.

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