Miss Betsy Posted April 21, 2004 Share Posted April 21, 2004 And even if the email were not tagged, if the bl is used properly, the sender is notified that the email was not delivered. That is infinitely better than having an email disappear in the spam folder and never be noticed. It also provides another person to notify the ISP that there is a compromised machine or incompetent user and real leverage (since that person is a customer) to do something so that there is no longer spam. And often, especially in the case of compromised machines, the spamcop bl is just the first bl for that IP address - if the problem is not fixed. Miss Betsy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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