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Quick Reporting vs Full Reporting

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I have tried using quick reporting to report held mail and finds it works great.

Are there any disadvantages to using quick reporting instead of full reporting?

The obvious advantage is it take so must less time to do.

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Quick Reporting can sometimes finger the wrong ISP, even your own ISP, especially when the rules change in the middle of the game, or when your ISP or the spammer's ISP makes DNS changes.

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What is your recommendation for reporting held mail?

Quick reporting, with the posibility of fingering the wrong ISP

or full reporting.

I assume that you would recommend using full reporting for mail that is not be caught by spamcop and sent through to the inbox rather than quick reporting.

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If SpamCop never makes a mistake when telling you which email addresses to use for reporting the source of your spam, you don't mind not reporting the URLs in your spam, and you need the time, Quick Reporting makes sense. Otherwise, please stick to Full Reporting. Thanks!

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What is your recommendation for reporting held mail?

Quick reporting, with the posibility of fingering the wrong ISP

or full reporting.

I assume that you would recommend using full reporting for mail that is not be caught by spamcop and sent through to the inbox rather than quick reporting.

Personally, I only have time for quick reporting. I report thousands of spams per month that way with zero problems.

JT

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