Syndil Posted October 3, 2009 Share Posted October 3, 2009 I was searching the forums to see if there was anything I could do to cut down on the amount of spam I have been receiving from China and South America. Apparently ISPs in these regions just don't give a fig about spam reports and the spam keeps coming. BTW, the only spam I get anymore comes from those regions, so I have to assume the North American spammers have learned their lesson about sending spam to either my address or spamcop.net in general. Kudos to SpamCop for that! Anyway I read something about the greylist feature (don't remember where offhand), so I enabled that and I now get absolutely zero spam, not even in my Held Mail folder. I miss the days of reporting people and getting a message back from a sysadmin saying their account was suspended, but if the reports are going to be ignored anyway then the greylist method is fine with me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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