contact Posted November 23, 2004 Share Posted November 23, 2004 1. The more spam emails we submit, the more spam we get. To verify whether this was true, we tested by submitting spam received in some domains, and not submitting for other domains. We have also submitted spam received in specific email accounts while not submitting spam received from other email accounts. The results seems to be that spammers are now punishing us by sending us every day hundreds more spam emails (some spam are just repeats of the same spam 20, 30, 40 times) for those email accounts or domains that we submitted. The more we keep submitting, the more the spam increases. We are a small company and we host various of our and client domains. We use the email method to submit hundreds of spam everyday. We also have our email server check incoming emails against the spamcop bl list. Mentioned somewhere else in this site, is that some ISPs forward the spam copy to the spammers, where then the spammer picks up unique identifying code in the forwarded spam copy, and then know to whom that particular email was sent to. That is how they can retaliate, which seems what is happenning to us. I would like to continue submitting these spams, and continue to have these counted in the Spamcop black list, but do not wish to have these spam forwarded to the ISPs, since it quite seems the spammers are receiving copies of our spam submissions. The "mole" option does not seem to be good for us, since it does not count towards the black listing. Sometime ago I read in this website about a submit account or option where the submitted spam gets counted in the spamcop black listing, but the spam is not forwarded to the ISP. What is that option? 2. This is a question for Spamcop. Spamcop uses certain email addresses where emails sent to that address gets put into the black list, and I believe, not passed to the ISPs. I forgot the name of this method. I would like to volunteer one or more of the email addresses for various domains we host or own. Hope to hear from someone. Thanks, Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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