epodowski Posted January 19, 2006 Share Posted January 19, 2006 I will most likely get flamed for this, that is if it is ever posted. Spamcop may be preventing the bulk of the spam from getting to their end users, but is it also preventing email from getting through for legitimate users. I have been receiving phone calls from my clients, clients who have been with me for 5 - 10 years about their email being rejected due to spamcop. Clients who depend on us and are asking for a resolution. We do not host spammers. We have never hosted a spammer in 10 years of business. We only host our clients who we can reach out and touch. Our innocent clients are being hurt by spamcop. And there seems to be no resolution. Sure you can justify anything. You can argue any side you want. You can even pass the buck to the end user. Yes it is their responsibility. The bottom line is your spamcop system is broken and needs to be fixed. There are way too many false positives. You are severely hurting legitimate businesses. Businesses who depend on their email communications going through. Spamcop is hurting the Internet more than it is helping at this point. I said this calmy! I am appealing to the end user. I am very technical. I can provide proof of the false positives. I have done the research. The Internet is not forgiving. It is only a matter of time until spamcop becomes known as a hindrance. The one thing I have learned about the Internet - action is swift. You need to fix your broken system, before the Internet rejects spamcop. I am a very concerned and responsible Internet user. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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