msteil Posted June 14, 2005 Share Posted June 14, 2005 Hello All, We recive the SpamCop Summary Report daily on our entire net block. Spamcop occasionally lists spam from IP addresses assigned to a dialup modem pool, each time a user dials up they get a new IP address in the range assigned to the pool. Typically the amount of spam sent is below the threshold to get on the blacklist, and many times the only detection is through Spamcop’s “trap” and no end user actually submits a complaint, consequentially it becomes incredibly difficult to track town the actual account that is creating the problem. Is there some resource available that I am not aware of to assist in tracking down this sort of low-volume SPAMer that would provide exact time stamps of the spam that is “Traped”? Thank you Mark Steil Network operations TRV Communications Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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