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Sep 10, 2002
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Irony-Central: S*pamCop Blacklisted

SUMMARY: No summary available.
Ironic event of the week: Some spammer is forging headers to look like the email is coming from SpamCop. What's funny is the
statement SpamCop's posted on his site: It ain't me, babe.
After asking not to be blocked, he explains, by way of defense, that: "Unfortunately, since we're not responsible for sending it, there is little we can do to stop it." Try that excuse to get un-blacklisted by SpamCop the next time you get false complaints against you.
http://www.julianhaight.com/forgery.shtml

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