rconner Posted February 24, 2007 Share Posted February 24, 2007 (This isn't really a "need-help" sort of post, more a matter of idle curiosity, so I will post in the lounge. Yes, I searched the FAQ first, but found little of relevance.) Recently I received a rare direct e-mail reply to a SC complaint I made. The reply was pro-forma and was of no particular interest, except that it quoted the original message that the ISP received, which contained the following link they were given in order to post a response: http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?i=z2164245983z8...5dee4d13470cd9z Being nosy, I visited this link myself and took a look. I saw the start of the procedure for the ISP to deal with the report, but beneath it there was a long list of little messages that were apparently notes added by various ISPs to various reports. These didn't seem to have much in common (i.e., various authors from various IPs, covering apparently different spams, some mail address info, some web hosting info, etc.) Some of the posts indicated that there were errors by the person reporting the spam. As there's no tracking link or any other identifying info in these notes (other than the IP of the author and whatever ID he felt like posting), it is hard to tell what mistake was supposedly made and who made it. Question: what ties all these seemingly unrelated notes together? Are they all notes on spam reports that I have submitted, or on spams that this particular ISP has been cc'd on, or what? I'd kinda like to know because if indeed I am making mistakes I need to know about them. This raises the more general question of whether it might be possible for me to see ISP responses to reports I've made. Now, I usually see nothing at all, except the 1-2x per year that some ISP provides a direct reply as this one did. -- rick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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