Re: OT: email hijacked?
|From:||Damian Yerrick <tepples@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 6, 2005, 13:59|
"H. S. Teoh" <hsteoh@...> wrote:
> (Unfortunately, because of the sad state of spam legislation, no
> further action can be taken against spammers other than removing them
> from the ISP, upon which they simply switch to another, less stringent
> ISP, of which there are unfortunately too many.)
In cases of spam-friendly ISPs, SpamCop can contact the ISP's
upstream provider. This can escalate all the way to the backbone
provider if need be.
"Sai Emrys" <saizai@...> wrote:
> (I have been collecting copies of the mailerdaemon bounces for some
> time now; I've yet to detect any pattern in the IPs of the headers, so
> I'm presuming that those too are being spoofed or routed somehow. One
> would need server logs to actually track it down, and no server admin
> / abuse box I've emailed has responded to me...)
Paste them into SpamCop within a couple hours after you receive
them, and it may do some good.