Wazoo Posted February 1, 2005 Share Posted February 1, 2005 Web page Paste-in submittal Log into your GMail account select spam to be reported select "Options" Select "Show Original" Right-click in the new browser window, select "Select All" Right-click in the highlighted text, Select "Copy" Switch to/Open "your" www.spamcop.net page Right-click within the box, select "Paste" Hit the "process spam" button Verify the parser results, make your selections, send your reports. E-Mail submittal At present, it appears to be soooo much easier to configure your GMail account for POP3 access and use your own e-mail client (OE6 makes this and reporting pretty easy) or Login into your GMail account select spam to be reported Select "Options" Select "Show Original" Right-click in the new browser window, select "Select All" Right-click in the highlighted text, Select "Copy" Open up a text editor (NotePad for Windows is fine) Paste the copied data into the editor Save this file, preferably using "Save As:" to somewhere that you can find it again (Windows users - Enclose the file name in quotation marks, type in a file name followed by a period followed by 'eml' .. example ... "test.eml" ... the quote marks prevent the file from being saved as "test.eml.txt" Repeat this for all spam to be reported. Open up a 'new' e-mail, the To: line to be filled in with "your" SpamCop e-mail submit address Select "Add Attachments" Select the (first) spam you saved in the above process. Repeat to attach all the spams saved in the above, remembering the 50k per spam, 100k per e-mail size limits) When done, hit "Send" Your call as to when to delete all those saved spam e-mails on your hard drive, perhaps after you've actually reported them (yes, that's either after you receive the "you have spam to report e-mail" or going to the www.spamcop.net (logged-in) web-site and handling the "Unreported spam" button) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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