Jeff G. Posted February 21, 2005 Share Posted February 21, 2005 Here is the procedure for turning off the check of the SCBL (AKA SpamCop Block List and bl.spamcop.net check): Login to Webmail (if you haven't already). Click "Options" on the top row, which should take you to the "Mail :: User Options" Page. Click "SpamCop Tools" near the top of the middle "Mail Management" column, which should take you to the "Mail :: User Options" / SpamCop Tools Page (shortcuts: secure and insecure). Click "Select your email filtering blacklists." near the left middle of the page, which should take you to the "Mail :: Blacklist Filters" / Blacklists Page (shortcuts: secure and insecure). Scroll down to the "DNS Blacklists" section. To the left of "SpamCop Blacklist" (which should really read "SpamCop BlockList"), uncheck the checkbox. This will stop the SCBL from being used to filter your mail. Make any other changes as appropriate. Scroll to the bottom and click the "Submit" Button. This will save any changes you made. Scroll to the bottom again and this time click the "Return to SpamCop Tools" Link (shortcuts: secure and insecure) to return you to the "Mail :: User Options" / SpamCop Tools Page. Click the "Save Options" Button in the bottom left corner. This may not in fact be necessary for "SpamCop Options". Click another Button on the top row to go back to what you were doing, and later Logout as appropriate. Note: The preceding is from a previous post I wrote. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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