SpamKarma Woes

Okay, who can explain to me how this silly little plugin works? First I no longer get emails when a comment is waiting, Second when I add a domain and IP to my whitelist that person is still blocked – and grabbed by SpamKarma.

I do have to say that this program has caught a lot of actual spam and I want to keep using it, but it’s a little annoying to have to come back here and check my spam harvest every hour or so.


  1. I’ve been using the Akismet service instead of a plugin like Spam Karma and it has been working very well so far.

  2. Does it let you know when you have possible spam to check?

  3. Obviously I’m very far behind in my blog reading, but I’ll second your confusion about Spam Karma. It catches gobs of spam on one of my blogs (lis.dom) and almost none on the other. I’m mystified.

  4. Glad I’m not alone – I wish someone who did understand would reply.

  5. Someone else below asked this already about antispam scripts.
    I am getting nailed with Spam on my website mails and in our blog website – now its offline too

    much spam. Is there anyway to stop this? If not, there really isn’t any point in leaving it up

    and active. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks for help, Keep up the good work. Greetings from Poland

  6. Spam Karma 2 is the proud successor to Spam Karma, with whom it shares most of the development ideas, but absolutely none of the code.

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