csouter Posted December 21, 2006 Share Posted December 21, 2006 Hi, everyone! Every now and then (about 4 or 5 times daily), I receive spam emails at my Gmail address. That's not many, compared with the number I get at my ISP, but some of the Gmail spams also contain links to Google URLs. For example, the following is the tracking URL for the most recent message I have received of this type: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1172779785z6...dd361898dad244z The page referenced above contains, (among other things), the following comment/error/message (I can't decide how to describe it): ISP does not wish to receive reports regarding http://www.google.com/url - no date available http://www.google.com/url has been appealed previously. Can anyone explain what this means? Are Google saying that they don't want to know about spams which contain links to URLs in their domain? Why don't they want the reports? It all seems very strange to me. Also, what does "...has been appealed previously." mean? Thanks and regards Christopher E. Souter (Sydney, Australia). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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