dhanna Posted April 1, 2004 Share Posted April 1, 2004 I received an email the other day that I was not sure was spam. It appeared that the user had just mistyped my email address. I responded and advised the user of his error, and also stated that any other emails sent to me, other than a response to my request, would be reported as spam. Over the next three days I received 5 more emails, with the same message in the body. Since I had not received a response to my request, I reported all of the emails as spam. Today I received an email from the Admin of the source ISP. This is what he said... You recently reported five incident messages as spam to SpamCop. It appears only one copy of the message was sent to you by mistake. The sender has removed the mistaken address and hopefully apologized to you by now. This shouldn't happen again. This is 5 of 5. Our apologies for the inconvenience. postmaster[at]********* Well, I would like to advise this Admin that he is incorrect, and indeed, all of the messages were sent to me, after I requested the issue be resolved. But, I do not want to use my email, revealing my address. Maybe he has it anyway, maybe he does not. I do not see taking the chance to expose it if he does not have it. Any ideas? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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