Re: murphy is listed on spamcop
* Russell Coker:
>> and (3) there's no apparent
>> attempt to compensate for (2), despite a long history of problems.
> The system seems to be working well. Big sites need multiple reports to get
> them listed (so a single stupid user can't cause a major server to be
This isn't true. Another precondition for not being blocked because
of a single incident is that Spamcop (or Ironport?) sees enough
solicited mail from your server. Most non-US/non-English mail ISPs
aren't in this category, even if they have many users. I wouldn't be
surprised if you could change by becoming a customer of Ironport and
use their spam-related services. Go figure.
> Yes, that stops a lot of spam. Spamcop as a hard black-list is the best
> measure to stop spam that you can use without excessive complaints.
Spamcop never blocked MSN Hotmail, even when it was a constant source
of spam (submitted over the web interface)...