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Also send mails to proxy-services like domainsbyproxy.com

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A lot of Spammers register their DN via domainsbyproxy.com or similar services. If you report spam only, godaddy.com or whoever the official registrar is gets a mail. It would be nice if also domainsbyproxy gets a mail.

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...If you report spam only, godaddy.com or whoever the official registrar is gets a mail. It would be nice if also domainsbyproxy gets a mail.
Hi morty. Routinely, SC only notifies
  • Administrator of network where email originates
  • Administrator of network hosting website referenced in spam

via the registered "abuse" addresses or as otherwise found by the SC Deputies. The registrars of domain names are never notified unless added by the individual reporter (a paying/premium service user) - though godaddy might be coincidentally notified within standard reporting as an admin.

You can see a list of report targets for spamvertized websites (issues in progress) at http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=inprogress;type=www

The registrar complaint model is a good one in its own way but it is not SC's model currently or in the past. The spammy websites are not SC's primary "mission". Services concentrating on registrars and shutting down spam websites include KnuJon and Complainerator (see http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=60620 re the latter, just search these pages to find what others have said about KnuJon).

Who knows what the future will bring but at this stage the identification of registrars is definitely outside the SC scope, with or without the question of domainsbyproxy intermediation. As alluded to, reporters having the ability to add reports may include registrars after researching the detail.

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