The SpamCop bundle for Apple's Mac OS X Mail client makes it much easier to use the SpamCop reporting service when dealing with spam. To use it properly, you need to sign up for (at least) a free reporting account at you are using Apple's Mail application on Mac OS X to read your email, you will find that it will not forward messages easily/properly for spam reporting. SpamCop, contradictory to their own instructions to simply show all headers, wants the full source of a message for processing. In Mail, that can by had by selecting a spam message and then the menu item Message->Show->Raw Source. What is commonly done is to click on that text, do a Edit->Select All, Edit->Copy, switch over to your browser, click on your SpamCop bookmark, click in the text area, Edit->Paste, and click on the "Process Spam" button to submit it. Whew! A lot of work, but at least it was pointless.
Price USD 5
License Purchase
File Size 162.75 kB
Version 1.3.2
Operating System Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.3, Mac OS X 10.3.9, Mac OS X 10.4 PPC
System Requirements Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
Apple Mail
SpamCop reporting account