I've seemed to get on the spam lists, after years of remaining below the radar and I'm at the point where I want to start fighting back.
I pulled out my copy of SpamX that I bought years ago and, of course it won't work as it needs to call home and apparently that home server is gone in favor of HSC's new product, Purify (I can't remember how much I paid for Sp@mX at the time, but I'm not too keen on buying *another* product when my first's support has been completely dropped).
So, I'm looking for another method to report spammers, but without spending any more money and again, all I want to be able to do is report spammers. One of my biggest features of Apple Mail is to be able to do this. It's nice to mark junk mail, now let us report it.
So I've registered at spamcop.net and set up SpamCop Tool with my spamcop report address. I select all of my junk emails in my junk folder, hit the "Report Spam" button on spamcop and bam. There you go. Not only reported to spamcop.net, but also email@example.com. Nice.
It's got a function where it will watch your junk folder and report, but it has to be left running and I don't get *that* much spam... yet.
For what I'm wanting to do (just report spam), this is great. The only thing I could ask for is for it to remove the email from the junk folder to the trash after reporting it (which it could very well do if handled from the timed watch function - it doesn't upon clicking the "Report Spam" button).
The documentation could be a little better too. There's a page on the site that shows the 3 preference panes, but doesn't explain what you're looking at (I'm still not sure what a "Master Reports Button" is).
Overall, we're fighting the scourge of the internet and we're doing it for free without having to do "show full headers - copy email - paste into page - send" for each email. It's extremely convenient (and satisfying) to simply select a spam email and report it with a click.