When I receive spam email, I forward it to spamcop.net (as I recommend everyone should do). However, it is not easy to get the actual HTML code, with all the a href=, mailto:, and so on in plain ASCII to paste into my email to spamcop.
My request is that a simple option, similar to the "printer friendly" option, be put in place that would print out the raw html in such a way that I could copy it right from a browser window and wouldn't have to pull up a telnet session and "cat" it out of my mail queue. ;-)
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