lexluthor Posted April 27, 2004 Share Posted April 27, 2004 I recently switched to "quick" reporting. It appears that via this method, only the ISP of the IP that the email originated from gets a report. The ISP hosting links in the email don't get reported. Is that correct? I can see why it would work that way. The spammer could just add links to non-spam domains and there would be little way to not send those ISPs reports whereas in the regular reporting, we can check or uncheck the boxes. But, this pretty much renders quick reporting useless, no? The originating email service is just a hacked PC most of the time. You aren't hurting spammers by reporting that. The only way to hurt the spammers is to get the ISP hosting them to act by reporting the links. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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