>This is true. You should never respond to spam! A better way to take
>action is to view the complete headers and find out the real ISP from
>which it originated. Some of the spammers are pretty good and disguise
>the _name_ of their ISPs, but not the ISP location number (which is
>usually four groups of numbers separated by a dot: 22.214.171.1246) If
>you're rabid about it like I am, you can go to an NSLookup and type in
>the number, which will give you the name of the ISP.
Maggie...where do you find the ISP location number?
Send their abuse
>dept. a copy of the complete headers along with the message and
>complain. The ISPs are usually very responsive, although you won't
>always get a personal reponse; spam hurts them, too, and they want to
>get rid of it.