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772be735 1SpamCop Reporting -- Version 1.5
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3Helps you identify spam and send a proper message to the correct address to
4SpamCop. (See http://spamcop.net/ for more information)
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6
7Features
8========
9
10* Quick one-click interface to report spam via email
11* Alternate, but immediate form-based processing
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14Description
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16
17Tired of getting spam? SpamCop helps you report it to the proper people.
18It even creates spam reports and will mail them off for you. All that is
19required to send a spam report is about a few seconds of your time and about
20five clicks.
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22It is strongly suggested you set up a mail forwarder account and have it
23forwarded to your current mailbox. Sometimes mail reported with SpamCop
24gets on weird spam mailing lists. If your happens to get on the list, you
25can then just delete the forwarder and get a new one. Make sure to use the
26forwarder to sign up for SpamCop and get the required information for the
27plugin.
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29This plugin is also an example of how to use the identity hooks. Just open
30up setup.php and read the comments.
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33Future Work
34===========
35
36* Dunno
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38
39Installation
40============
41
42As with other plugins, just uncompress the archive in the plugins
43directory, go back to the main directory, run configure and add the plugin.
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45Questions/comments/flames/etc can be sent to the SquirrelMail Plugins list.
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48Changes
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501.5 - Reworked system to match up with SpamCop changes. Modified code to
51 keep it up-to-date with current SquirrelMail changes.
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531.4 - Added forms-based reporting, thanks to Stefan Sels
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551.3 - Fixed table rendition -- added  
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571.2 - Added support for the multiple identities in SquirrelMail 1.1.2
58 (not required to use the plugin)
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601.1 - Fixed a stupid bug
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621.0 - Initial version