Redd Posted July 5, 2004 Share Posted July 5, 2004 Since we have began the use of the spamcop reporting tools our incidents of spam email has dropped drasticly.......A very good thing My main question is this, and I've been wondering it for a while now. Over the past year, I have moved our sites from Earthlink hosting to our own and since have been getting quite an education regarding the mail How to read the headers and how to determine the mail's origin and all of that really cool stuff My question is this? Let's say a domain has 6 different email addresses configured for 6 different people. Would I have to configure each address as a separate account for the sake of reporting? Or would spamcop just pick up on the fact that the report is originating from the same domain? I've always wondered about this. Secondly Regardless of the type and kind of mail, at the very top of the header it gives our server and the host space root mail as the reply address. Is this odd or is this something that occurs when you configure Horde through a cPanel to deliver to an outlook client? Redd Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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