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- From: Jared Mauch
- Date: Tue May 11 15:18:24 2004
On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 12:00:14PM -0700, Gregory Hicks wrote:
> > Just wondering why was my e-mail thread (Hierarchical Credit-based
> > Queuing (HCQ): QoS) dated 5/9/2004 9:36 PM reported as a spam? Just
> > trying to understand so that I don't repeat it. Below is a cut and paste
> > of the reported incident.
> I'm guessing here, but it was probably because the *.rr.com addresses
> originate a LOT of spam and someone has a procmail filter that
> automatically refers any mail from that domain to spamcop...
> Or it could be that someone didn't like what you wrote and reported it
I've found that a number of people that are spamcop subscribers
report messages as spam that are not when they don't know how to
get removed from lists.
I find this annoying and always make a note in the spamcop
ticket saying they're fools when this happens.
I do wish that rr.com would get a different dns naming
system set up (ala comcast, using client.comcast.net or similar subdomain
that does not have MX records to help with the direct-to-server SMTP
problem I have with rr.com with spam..)
Jared Mauch | pgp key available via finger from email@example.com
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