How do I report spam I receive?

If you are a Tiger Technologies customer who receives spam or "phishing" messages, and you want to report it, we recommend the free service at

This service reports the spam to the ISP of the spammer, which often causes the spammer's account to be shut down.

In addition, SpamCop reports the spam to the operators of several "blocklists" that our spam filters use. When a spammer ends up on a blocklist, servers all over the Internet (including ours) are more likely to reject the spammer's mail. By using SpamCop, you're helping both us and other ISPs to stop the spammer.

Doing this reduces spam for you and for everyone on the Internet. If everyone did this, there would be much less spam in general.

How do I forward mail to SpamCop using webmail?

SpamCop lets you report spam either by copy-and-pasting, or by forwarding it to a special address they provide. If you forward it using webmail, be sure to use Forward as attachment, not just “Forward”, because SpamCop needs to see it as an attachment to extract the “headers” from it and identify the real sender:

How to forward to SpamCop

What if SpamCop didn't help?

Another option is to add the spammer's address to your reject list:

  1. Login to the “My Account” control panel (having trouble?)
  2. Click E-Mail Options
  3. Scroll down the page to the "Reject and Allow Lists" instructions.

Adding the spammer's address to the reject list should block the mail.

What if the reject list didn't help?

If you continue to receive spam from the same sender after reporting it to SpamCop and adding it to your reject list, please forward it to us — including the full headers and any HTML source code — at

When you forward the spam to us, be sure to mention that you've already reported it to SpamCop and it didn't help. If you do so, we'll assign a human being to try to investigate what's happening.

Please do use SpamCop as a first resort. We take spam reports seriously, but each one costs us far more to investigate than the monthly fee we charge for email service. And sadly, it doesn't usually make sense for us to manually track down an individual spammer who might not ever send a message from that address to our customers again. That's especially true when SpamCop can probably track it automatically and block the spammer from sending to millions of people.

In other words, unless a single spammer is sending you lots of mail that can't be stopped by SpamCop, it makes more sense for us to spend time generally improving our spam filters than to track down a single spammer.

What do you mean by "full headers"?

In order to tell where a message really came from, we (or SpamCop) need you to send us the “full headers”, which are the equivalent of Internet postmarks. The full headers include technical information that shows where the message was really sent from and how it was routed to you.

We have a page explaining more about full headers and how to view them. We can't do anything without seeing these lines and the other information from the full headers, so please be sure to include them.