This category is for utilities or information intended to help users track spam back to its sender.
SpamCop
Will help find the sender of a spam and an address to send a complaint to.
Adcomplain
A Perl script to automate spam complaints.
alt.spam FAQ or "Figuring Out Fake E-Mail & Posts"
Describes how to find out where a fake post or e-mail originated from.
EmailAbuse.org
Tips to help identify and report email abuse.
eMailTrackerPro
Helps identify the true source of e-mails, to help identify and report spammers. Analyzes e-mail headers and provides the IP Address of the machine that sent the e-mail.
Exterminating Spammers Step-By-Step
Describes procedures and basic tools that recipients can use to report senders of unsolicited commercial email.
Figuring out fake E-Mail & Posts
A guide on how to track down the source of the spam.
Mail Parsing & Tracking
Displays visual email routing and the time taken to go from server to server, allowing each mail server hop to then be queried against common spam blacklists.
net.demon
Downloadable software to trace the sender of an e-mail and locate the spammer's real web site.
Spam Tracking Page
A collection of tools to help track spam.
The SPAM-L FAQ - Tracking Spam
Instructions for reading e-mail headers and complaining to the spammer's ISP.
The Spamhaus Project
Tracks known Spam Support Services and lists the ISPs who keep organized spamming alive; includes news, block list and ROKSO, the Register Of Known Spam Operations.
Stop Spam FAQ
How to find a spammer and how to respond to spam.
What to do about Unwanted/Offensive Email
Explains in detail how to track and complain about spam.
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