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Re: Spamcop madness

  • To: Esa Laitinen < >
  • From: Jan-Pieter Cornet < >
  • Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2000 18:59:10 +0200

On Thu, Sep 21, 2000 at 07:32:38PM +0300, Esa Laitinen wrote:
> Jan Meijer wrote:
> 
> 
> > help him and why.  Next thing I know, I get another spamcop
> > report, saying the
> > friendly reply is a spam!.
> 
> Contact Julian, the owner of spamcop. He will take care of the clueless user
> swiftly.

Probably by revoking the clueless users' spamcop account. From the spamcop
main page: (***'s mine)

   Getting Started: reporting service
   SpamCop will send email on your behalf to the appropriate network
   administrator. Before using SpamCop, you must
   READ THIS
    1. If I break these rules, my access to SpamCop will be immediately
       revoked.
    2. I will use SpamCop only on email which is unsolicited, bulk email.
       [11](more..)
    3. I understand SpamCop uses my email address to send email to
       administrators.
    4. Administrators will respond to this email both in person and
       automatically. I understand these replies are not spam.
		      ***************************************
    5. I take full responsibility and assume all liability for email I
       send using SpamCop.


-- 
#!perl -pl	# This kenny-filter is virus-free as long as you don't copy it
$p=3-2*/[^\W\dmpf_]/i;s.[a-z]{$p}.vec($f=join('',$p-1?chr(sub{$_[0]*9+$_[1]*3+
$_[2]}->(map{/p|f/i+/f/i}split//,$&)+97):(qw(m p f))[map{((ord$&)%32-1)/$_%3}(
9,3,1)]),5,1)='`'lt$&;$f.eig;				   # Jan-Pieter Cornet





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