1. Again, I concur with your thoughts on an auto-reporter for Thunderbird. The BlueSecurity aka Blue Frog (R.I.P.) button was a joy!

    I’m hoping that perhaps the plugin can be modified for use with SpamCop, optionally sending to the FTC.

  2. WooHoo!

    Someone has done exactly what I was going to do tomorrow! They’ve modified the BlueFrog plugin for Thunderbird to send to SpamCop!

    Here’s the announcement:

    Or the direct link to the plugin:

    There’s also a discussion going on in the forums at SpamCop:

    Hope this helps you, and anyone else that might come across this Blog!

  3. I agree that it is unfortunate that Blue Security was blasted into oblivion by the spam kings. I never got to use Blue Frog, but it must have been working for it to have been attacked the way it was. There is some talk of a decentralized replacement, but I don't think that will happen any time soon.

    I'd give up on using SpamCop, as it was a little cumbersome to manually forward all the e-mail.  Now that there is a new plug-in to automate the process, I'll probably start using it again!  Thanks for the info!

  4. Hi Carlton,

    Not sure if you’re still into TB add-ons, but if you are then maybe check out this one: EagleEye.

    You can use it to sort your contacts by the number of messages received/sent or even by gender. It also tells you who hardly every replies or who you currently still need to reply to. Kinda interesting to find your “lost friends” with one click.

    Anyways, I like it.

  5. Wow, that looks like a very useful plugin — I’ll give it a try. Thanks for the info!

  6. Thank you for the informations.

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