colin_zr Posted May 12, 2004 Share Posted May 12, 2004 I work for a company offering a spam-filtering service. As part of our service we offer spam-filtered webmail accounts. Ironically, we've recently found our webmail service being used by spammers to manually send out scam emails. A few days ago we got blacklisted by Spamcop because of this. While we will happily delete an account as soon as we know that it's being used to send spam, we can't guarantee that no spam will leave our system since we don't know that someone is a spammer until after the spam has been sent. Given that we're in this position, what can we do to prevent ourselves getting listed in Spamcop? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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