The government has launched a mobile spam reporting service, giving you the opportunity to dob in dodgy nightclubs, restaurants, electricians and ringtone providers (and more).
on 06/10/2010 – Made popular on 06/10/2010
Tired of getting SMS spam? If a new system on trial overseas is adopted globally you'll be able to report spam to a global clearinghouse simply by sending an SMS, and then have your mobile network operator block such messages.
Quick question: Is there an effective way in place to report users rather than just simply reporting their posts? It seems that often these spam posters will come in and flood several subforums with spam, and rather than reporting each individual post (which I sort of remember mods saying somewhere was less than ideal for them), it might be better to be able to report a spam poster.
As per mxtoolbox I got 1 blacklist still active for quite sometime now.
UCEPROTECTL1's is running on 7 day policy since last spam mail. This is too strict compared to the 98 other spam filters out there as per mxtoolbox. (Or at least to the other 4 that detected the problem)
I have no problem with our e-mail since it is hosted locally.
Suppose we allow (non-porn/violence/political/illegal products) spam, having Staffers move discovered spam to a Spam sub where the Music, PCA, Sports, etc subs are above the Lounge (instead of to the Trashcan). It could be titled, "Spam." ;)
Spam is ads. We have lots of ads here. Some members like to look at ads, and some even like to click on them if a good deal seems to be there.
I recently upgraded our spam filter to ASSP 2.4.1. I copied all the configuration and it appears to work just fine except for one thing: it isn't blocking nearly as much spam as it should. I'm really not sure where to even begin.