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Re: Base Pack S.R.L. and other Spamanado
Thanks for the info.
My ISP recommended this site:
When you submit your spam to SpamCop (via a form where you paste the
traces through the headers (via calls to nslookup, etc. for you techies),
gives you its findings, then waits for you to tell it to send a report to
appropriate postmasters/sysadmins and the Spam Recycling Center (they have
website at http://www.chooseyourmail.com/spamindex.cfm).
My apologies to the rest of the list if anyone was offended by my rants on
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen P. Goodman" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2000 10:23 PM
Subject: Base Pack S.R.L. and other Spamanado
> Might I ask just how everyone deals with this when it occurs?
> a. Delete it and grumble;
> b. Make a Mail Rule/Filter to delete it the next time it comes;
> c. Forward it to spam@(your ISP here) or abuse@(your ISP here).
> Might I suggest that C. is the best approach, since it leads to a
> system-wide block of the spammer, so you won't hear from them again, but
> also so that your fellow users won't either. IMNSHO though, just
> them allows the problem to continue to occur, and invites external or
> (worse!) legislative efforts to stop the process of spam, which (and it
> vary in its forms depending on who you talk to) could lead to horrible
> consequences online and off.
> Stephen Goodman - http://www.earthlight.net/Studios
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