Emails that FBL processes as spam are marked as spam within the lists, and system restricts the sending process to send any further emails to these emails. System doesn’t only update their flag to avoid sending further emails, but also provides the ability to view the logs of the recipients (emails) that reported your email as spam. Here is the table.
Navigate FBL Processing Logs
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Add a serial number of records in the table to quickly give you an idea how many of your database have reported your emails as spam so far.
The rows under this column show the actual email addresses of the recipients that reported the email as spam. Following the FBL patter, ISPs reported the action of the recipient back to the sender, and FBL processor account within CampaignsPlus read and processed it within your list.
It shows the time when the FBL function of CampaignsPlus reads the spam email notification from spam mailbox and processes it as spam within the system.