Digital Ocean rejecting SpamCop reports

September 9, 2014 1.5k views

In the time that I've been hosting projects at Digital Ocean, I can truly say I've been more than happy. Performance and functionality is great. However one small problem that is becoming major.

Digital Ocean is rejecting SpamCop reports. I've lodged a ticket to this effect a bit back, I was asked info, I provided it and it would have been resolved. Now the users of projects that I'm host are requesting I move as they are starting to see Digital Ocean as not being serious about spam. See http://i.imgur.com/3kMG16V.png

Bad things will happen, but if reports are not received about bad things, we may soon all be in a bad neighborhood without without the abuse team being aware of it. What follows next is RBLs and like.

Could the abuse team please make a plan to resolve issues linked to spamming and reports about it from SpamCop?

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Actually, your response is not helpful domains266064. But you probably left tracking links in ...

However, this post is about abuse@ not working as it should which affects all legitimate users. So please do not cloud issues.

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