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    We are being framed for SPAM!

    Someone is submitting fraudulent abuse complaints to SPAMCOP with our server's details. Everything checks out first to match with our server, but there are are some notable discrepancies which show that it is not indeed us. There's no match also in exim logs to these SPAM emails. For the record, our server only sends a handful emails per day.

    We got a very good reason to believe that a competitor is behing this and is trying to get us out of business. There is one who has made open threats.

    How do we stop these complaints from being submitted and find who is doing it?

    Thanks for your advice!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    best speak to spamcop - send them all your evidence and cross your fingers. make it professional rather than lots of !!! etc and fingers crossed they'll put some time to it..

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    New Jersey
    Check if anyone is forwarding mail to their ISP or other accounts. Forwarded spam will LOOK like it came from you, even though you weren't the originator of the email.

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