Spam reporting tool
alec at thened.net
Fri Jun 10 14:02:13 GMT 2005
Leo Lapousterle on 2005-06-10 12:50:33 +0200:
> Thank you for your advices. I'll try SpamCop, in manually mode to avoid
> wrong SPAM reports.
> Additional question : In my ports tree, I can find :
> > Port: spamcup-1.09
> > Path: /usr/ports/mail/spamcup
> > Info: A tool for automatic spam reporting via Spamcop.net
> Is this one the correct one to install ?
I would recommend against using that as it is a tool to automatically
report spam without verification. From the script:
# *** W A R N I N G ! ***
# The script does NOT know where the spam report will be sent so
# IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!
Just go to Spamcop, register for the free version, and follow the instructions.
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