Wazoo Posted October 29, 2004 Share Posted October 29, 2004 As found this morning on the www.spamcop.net page (logged in mode) 2-day-old spam no longer accepted SpamCop and the ISPs who receive reports from it need fresh spam. Previously, SpamCop would accept spam up to 72 hours old. However, this old spam was essentially useless. SpamCop now requires that spam being reported be less than 48 hours old. Furthermore, we recommend that users not bother reporting spam that is more than 24 hours old. Usually, sources of spam over 24 hours old have already been dealt with one way or another. As always, the fresher your spam, the better. Source: http://news.spamcop.net/pipermail/spamcop-...read.html#93499 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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