Telarin Posted September 13, 2006 Share Posted September 13, 2006 1)SpamCop doesn't block Yahoo, but the spammers acts put Yahoo groups on a whitelist. I think you meant blacklist there instead of whitelist. 2) The ISP has to whitelist Yahoogroups (unfortunately for me, they claim that they don't use SpamCop, they claim that Spamcop acts independently- I think I will have to have a talk with them) Correct, spamcop simply maintains a list of spammy mail servers, there is no way for them to touch your mail. Any filtering using the SCBL is done by the receiving ISP. 3) It is really Yahoo's responsibility to limit spammers ability to use them to send spam. But we have to be realistic, they provide the service for free, and it is close to impossible to get a real person at yahoo, unless we start a whole grassroots campaign, we won't budge them. Correct Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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