Author: M.Prince (19 Aug 07 12:04pm)
We archive the copies of the spam on the mail servers that receive the messages, and then on a compressed backup server. None of these machines are web accessible, so our current architecture does not allow us a mechanism to easily display the messages of the spammers you help catch. Some information about those messages is relayed on to the database server and can be pulled up from there on one of the web servers (e.g., the subject line, the from line). It would be a major rearchitecturing to provide a mechanism to look at the messages themselves. While I'd love to do it, we're barely holding the wheels on right now with the resources we have. I don't anticipate throwing the messages themselves into a database and making that database accessible is something that we'll be doing any time in the short run.