dave-g Posted April 30, 2004 Share Posted April 30, 2004 I'm still fairly new to this.. but I must say.. my spamcop email account is a hell of a lot of work to maintain, and/or a hell of a lot of work just to learn how the system works, and I'm no dummy. My overall impression after nearly a month of using spamcop email is that the only thing that makes using spamcop any "better" than simply receiving the spam and deleting it is the vengeful joy of "narcing" it out (reporting). However, the thrill is wearing off, since ~5000 pieces of spam per week means hours looking through the "held mail" folder sorting out "good" email from junk. I feel that in essence, I'm still getting and having to look at just about every piece. I'm doing quickreporting via the webmail interface, and I have the scri_pt for the "report spam" function enabled in OSX Mail, I've read all the faqs I can find, but I still don't feel I'm getting any closer to finding ways of making this a lower-maintenance, quicker, easier process. Sorry.. I guess I'm venting, but before I think any more about bailing-out on spamcop, I hoped maybe someone might have some suggestions or tips for better use of the service? Thanks to all. -dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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