LaserMoon Posted July 24, 2020 Share Posted July 24, 2020 (edited) Hello, I know SpamCop works by reporting spam to infrastructure providers (targeting the servers sending the emails and those hosting the resources linked to in the body of the emails). A comment posted on this forum on July 16, 2020 suggested that spam sent from Germany can also be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org (+ another address for illegal content). This got me thinking, what other avenues are there? Maybe a specific server provider uses a web form, not an email address (like Hetzner, in the linked thread, or Gmail). Maybe a specific server provider won't accept reports from SpamCop, but will accept them if you send them yourself (AWS EC2). Maybe a specific domain registrar will take action on a reported domain, if that domain is present in certain trusted blacklists. Maybe more national governments have a dedicated email address where spam can be reported. Maybe there is a GDPR avenue for servers hosted in some EU countries. My question is, has anyone put together a guide for how to best target spam based on origin? Edited July 24, 2020 by LaserMoon Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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