Frankenstien Posted June 15, 2004 Share Posted June 15, 2004 I am new to SpamCop and am here because my ISP (TELUS.net) 's spam filtering is just not effective enough to stem the tide of spam I am receiving. I refuse to give up my established e-mail addresses and would like to take my defences to the next level. I have adopted a protocol whereby I login to my ISP's (TELUS) Webmail interface where I can safely open and evaluate any e-mails I can't readily identify from the Inbox list as legitimate or spam. TELUS has a Webmail spam reporting mechanism, however, each individual spam must be opened to report it, involving 3 webpage refreshes per spam / report and 1 more to delete any given spam. I have lobbied TELUS to offer a batch spam reporting command from the Inbox page, however, so far my idea has gone un-implemented. In the meantime, I would like to participate in SpamCop's reporting system and am running into a problem. The SpamCop server wants the spam forwarded as an attachment and fails to recognize the spam if I simply forward spam from the opened spam at the TELUS Webmail interface to my established SpamCop reporting e-mail address. What to do to get SpamCop reporting to work without pulling any spam local to my machine? Thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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