kamaraju Posted June 19, 2006 Share Posted June 19, 2006 I am a newbie to spamcop. I do not want to raise flame wars or sound presumptuous or anything like that. I already have a gmail account and gmail filters the spam quite efficiently without any false positives and puts it in the spam folder without any charge whatsoever. So my questions are 1) I am not a paid member of spamcop. If gmail already filters the spam out, what is the point in reporting to spamcop? 2) Is it just to help out others? If that is the case, then I think it is too much to expect someone to go through the delay of 6 seconds to submit one spam email. Please note that I have tried this system for the whole of today (reported about 50 spam emails through the web interface) and it is pretty boring to say the least. If it is just to help out others, how do you justify the 6 second delay that you are imposing upon people who are trying to be helpful to you without expecting anything in return? thanks raju Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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