iconnor Posted August 23, 2006 Share Posted August 23, 2006 I have control over my mail server and can select to reject all mail listed in the blacklist or let them through and report them. What is the best method to adopt? On the one hand, you can can report more spam but the other is that they are already blacklisted so what other good can you expect from a quick report? As I understand, the quick report does not report the URLs in the spam, and there is no way I would have time to do more than a quick report on all these messages. I have also added a "post" filter to my mail so that I can catch mails in black lists in a retrospective way. Often the spaming server is not black listed when originally delivered, but it seems like most get eventually listed. So, is there much value in reporting these after they have already been black listed? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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