Projects / Spamcup


Spamcup is a tool for automatic Spamcop reporting. It performs the same actions as if you were to report spam to with a Web browser, but from the commandline.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  27 Jan 2005 14:34

    Release Notes: This is a minor enhancement version. Some text output was changed, and the install script has been rewritten.

    •  19 Sep 2004 19:55

      Release Notes: This version adds support for's new authentication scheme.

      •  02 Jul 2004 08:18

        Release Notes: This release fixes compatibility with's HTML changes.

        •  09 Dec 2003 22:30

          Release Notes: This release fixes an incompatibility problem with the current HTML code. The abuse report addresses are now also shown before sending the report.

          •  10 May 2003 13:32

            Release Notes: This release introduces support for a configuration file and for a dynamic delay in case of being overloaded.

            Recent comments

            29 Jul 2003 04:43 toniw

            CVS available

            I added into's CVS.

            If you want some feature and don't dare to ask me to do it, feel free to send your patches against CVS version. Thanks!

            16 Jan 2003 01:23 toniw

            Re: Excellent!

            > I just run it as a cronjob
            > every hour!

            I suggest running it manually for some time before running it blindly from command line. :)

            15 Jan 2003 14:22 ken195

            I like this! I found it just about the time I was trying to write my own script to do this using lynx. (Would have had to press a key in mutt or sylpheed to make it work), but I'm so glad I could find this. I just run it as a cronjob every hour!

            17 Dec 2002 08:49 toniw

            Just a reminder; remember to rate this software if you use it! :)

            - Toni


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