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  2. If you have the ability to add an email checker, I would suggest you add spamassassin as it would allow you to create a rule to reject spam if it has 8888 in the subject. I have noticed this too and my first email addresses to starting getting spam were hotmail and yahoo. I believe that some of the "free" address are sold to third party. Now I have my own domain too and I setup separate email address for each one, to use as a throwaway and also so I know which idiot may have shared it with the spammers.
  3. One more…and AOL/Verizon isn't even detecting most of these as spam. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6710065633z192f91b1f7193305693b068e59643ee1z
  4. Here's another https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6710032794z03f4d1b80cc92f5fae783a52e9092ac4z
  5. Thanks. Here's the link. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6710032672z2e5edeb821389227f9c6126db5290b12z
  6. Would help if you sent a SpamCop Tracking URL (top of page BEFORE you submit) Example Here is your TRACKING URL - it may be saved for future reference:https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6710031076zbd573a3adb8731630811177659b869faz
  7. Background: I have my own domain and use a different address at each site so I know where the address was compromised. I use wildcard forwarding so I get all email sent to that domain. I have started getting a bunch of spam to multiple email addresses on my domain and they are being sent to addresses that I have used on other sites, not just random ids. They all have 8888 in the subject line and are a similar format, with a URL pointing to a site in the Philippines. The emails are sent through different servers per Spamcop. It almost seems like some site that manages mailing lists got hacked and addresses got stolen. Is there anyone who actually investigates spammers anymore, or somewhere to discuss this other than here? I can't be the only one seeing this. I looked on Reddit and was unable to find an appropriate place to discuss so I came back here as a fallback, but even these boards don't seem to be very busy anymore.
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  9. KNERD

    Sendgrid reports dev'nulled?

    I think you mean SPAMGrid
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  11. gnarlymarley

    TLS support for SMTP host for spam submission

    The deputies have some sort of bug tracking/new feature database. Since this is in the New Request forum section, hopefully someone will see it.
  12. gnarlymarley

    Sendgrid reports dev'nulled?

    I agree that they don't enforce double-opt-in. Someone signed up one of my spamtraps to a bando list and there was no double-opt-in.
  13. franklin

    Sendgrid reports dev'nulled?

    In the past month, I've received a huge volume of spam from Sendgrid. They're VERY spammy emails: a phish, several Bitcoin scam sites, an "Elon Musk wants to give you Bitcoin" spam, "Buy Shares in Pot Companies" spam, and penny stock pump-n-dump spam. Sendgrid has not responded to my complaints at all. From the looks of the emails, at the very least Sendgrid doesn't enforce double-opt-in for their customers.
  14. Century link installed a new pedestal in my area. It serves the next neighborhood over. The problem with it is they didn't install a battery backup and it is fed by fiber. So when my power goes out, they lose internet. I am not sure if they will ever fix that.
  15. Harry Adams

    TLS support for SMTP host for spam submission

    I don't know man. Do you really think this could be a good solution to the issue described?
  16. Harry Adams

    dot xyz dot com

    In my opinion, the case you are describing in this post definitely looks like list washing.
  17. Yes again! just 21 hrs this time. There was a town/area wide power bump yesterday. High winds. I thought they had dual source for the power. Internet did not survive the bump. Some times I wonder why I chose to live here, then I look out the window...
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  19. gnarlymarley

    parsing errors

    I don't see mailhosts enabled on this. Mailhosts was setup as a way for SpamCop to find the border server. The LMTP lines seem to look normal. Could have also been a temporary look up issue that may have caused SpamCop processing confusion.
  20. petzl

    parsing errors

    Just looked seems working Needs to be summited by you.
  21. hi, https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6709299384zf0eb9aafb40322835a2cdcc8a2ffe3f8z as far as I can see there is nothing wrong in the received headers. the latest 2 are clearly marked as local (LMTP) and should be ignored, the earliest has a private address and is correctly discarded . there is one single relevant received header which states 149.148.224.72 is the receiving MX 81.95.160.44 is the sending smtp client (MSA). but the sender is discarded as a forgery and the edge server is used for reporting. also percent unescape renders to http://www.w1xwatx.weebly.com/&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHIHaze9cNpek8Eev5KOBBqkJPuaA so it should be reported to weebly.com: weebly-abuse@squareup.com. the spammers first server is blacklisted, I can't report their second one. I don't know what went wrong. cheers karl
  22. readefries

    TLS support for SMTP host for spam submission

    One funny side note: the mail informing me of an update in this thread was marked as spam
  23. readefries

    TLS support for SMTP host for spam submission

    Okay, I tried mailing them but unfortunately, the admin address is also not reachable due to missing TLS 😆
  24. gnarlymarley

    Reporting spam has no effect

    I would suggest putting your super secret submit address into the bcc, except some email servers could leave that in the email as it goes out. It would be good to know your email server before trying even the bcc. Probably the only safe way is to forward separate emails.
  25. pusser_uk

    dot xyz dot com

    I did notice that many, if not all of these spam emails contained "amazonaws" in amongst them. I decided to forward each one I received on one particular day to 'abuse@amazonaws.com'. As if by magic, I haven't had one since. Maybe it was a coincidence, maybe list washing, or maybe I found the right place to complain. Who knows.
  26. StephenG

    Reporting spam has no effect

    Yes, you´re right and i haven´t finish thinking... 🙈 Thank You petzl 👍
  27. petzl

    Reporting spam has no effect

    Your super-secret SpamCop address you should not disclose! Send your report to "internet-beschwerdestelle" separately
  28. StephenG

    Reporting spam has no effect

    Hi from Germany... 👋 Here in Germany we also have the Problems with XSServer GmbH and their Spams... I wrote a EMail to "allgemeiner-spam@internet-beschwerdestelle.de" on the German FSM-Site waiting for the reply... I made the suggestion to put them in the CC when reporting to SpamCop... I will inform you, when any answer arrives...
  29. Harry Adams

    TLS support for SMTP host for spam submission

    Agree. Spamcop usually responds in a timely manner and tend to find a very effective solution most of the times.
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