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|11 Sep 2000||450||905||630.95||full headers|
|23 Jul 2000||158||380||243.34||full headers|
|07 Jul 2000||110||345||192.95||full headers|
|23 Jun 2000||244||690||405.88||full headers|
|09 Jun 2000||1392||4172||2407.27|
|19 May 2000||538||1608||928.96|
|05 May 2000||226||684||392.96|
|28 Apr 2000||262||890||478.41|
|21 Apr 2000||276||917||500.71|
|07 Apr 2000||42||82||56.64|
|01 Nov 1999||27||40||31.20|
|Total spam since 1 Nov 1999||3725||10713||6269.27|
|Peak spam on 9 Jun 2000||1392||4172||2407.27|
|Peak daily spam on 9 Jun 2000||66||198||114.63||(21-day average)|
|Average daily spam||11.8||34.0||19.87|
full history also available
Added 27 Jan 1998 due to excessive porn spam in Alt.sexual.abuse.recovery.
Corecomm has an abuse policy with teeth, but do not seem to enforce it.
Currently (Aug 2000) hosting Repsis, Nardini, Gartman, Saylor, Offshore ISP and creditcardsystems.net.
Email from Corecomm may be blocked with this procmail recipe:
:0: * ^Received:.*\[216\.214\. $TRASH
To report spam, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A complete history may also be available.
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