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> Sending mail using @yahoo and @aol email addresses
Posted by email_support - 04-23-14 20:13 - 0 comments
Just a heads up:

Both Yahoo and AOL have implemented DMARC and have set their policy to 'reject'.

What this means:

IF you are using our SMTP and/or ANY SMTP other than yahoo or aol to send mail;

AND you use your aol or yahoo email address as the From;

AND you send to domains/inbound servers that observe DMARC policy;

THEN your mail will not be delivered/accepted.



If the recipient server does not observe DMARC then your mail should be delivered.


http://www.dmarc.org/

http://blog.returnpath.com/blog/christine-...c-reject-policy

http://postmaster-blog.aol.com/2014/04/22/...licy-to-reject/
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> Received "JunkMail rejected" bounce to one of my emails
Posted by labboypro - 04-20-14 14:27 - 2 comments
I'm usually the submitter to SC... but apparently, at least one server has decided I'm a spammer (I was sending a NY Times story link about a Wright Brothers book to my brother-in-law... maybe he doesn't like me any more... or hates aviation history ph34r.gif ).

I'm always hesitant to post up full headers for analysis since I'm not completely sure of what I'm exposing about myself. But here's a snippet that refers to the SCBL. Does this mean I'm on the SCBL? If so, any idea why (I'm just an average Joe sending normal emails, and doing my part to REPORT spam _to_ SC)?

SMTP error from remote mail server after RCPT TO:<my[at]brother-in-law>:
host mail.my.brother-in-law [50.xxx.xxx.xxx]: 550-"JunkMail rejected - viper.tchmachines.com [208.xxx.xxx.xxx]:33597 is in an
550 RBL, see Blocked - see http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml?208.xxx.xxx.xxx"

I think I'm the 208 address... I did a lookup and that is the company that hosts my domain (again, just a guy... I've got a piddly un-updated website with a half dozen pages of static content; the bulk of my domain use is just my personal email address).

I'll be glad to provide more info from the bounce if any of you experts are interested. Just let me know what I ought not to post in the public forum.

Thanks in advance.



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> So what (good thing) happened last Tuesday?
Posted by C2H5OH - 04-20-14 08:13 - 2 comments
I noticed a huge reduction in rejections flagged by my email provider, and looking at the spam volumes graphs it seems I'm not mistaken.
Overall spam volume seems to have dropped back to last year's much lower levels.
Sorry if just mentioning this reawakens the curse, but I'd be interested to know what's behind the raw data.
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> Pasted Report Missing Body
Posted by David40 - 04-15-14 10:49 - 2 comments
Quick question about certain spam email I try to Report. I copy the entire headers from Outlook Express to the clip board. When I paste the contents to the Reporting window at spamcop all the text that was in the body of the email comes out as blocks of seemingly random letters.
Normally I delete any text added by my antivirus software so that they don't get reported as part of the spam, but after Pasting, the added text become a part of the jumbled letters that the spamcop system properly un-translates from this jumbled code once it is reported. Is there a way to Paste the reported email in a way that I can edit out the unwanted antivirus text in the Reporting window?

Thanks
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> Suddenly No Images In Incoming Emails - SC or My ISP?
Posted by Ex_Brit - 04-11-14 17:09 - 5 comments
All my emails are arriving stripped of images suddenly as of late this morning. Is it SC?
It's a nuisance as it means I have to view the web version, if available. It renders newsletters useless.
I have email scanning turned off in my A/V btw.
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> FAQ - Frequently Asked Questiions

The following 'short' list of a few of the most popular Frequently Asked Questions are links to various pages, systems, databases, posts spread across several sub-components, computers, and hosts of various parts of the SpamCop.net system, perhaps best explained by the page at Where to get Help

Why are you here?

What is SpamCop.net?

Admin
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Original hyper-linked format FAQ
found at ->www.spamcop.net FAQ
Single-page Access to a SpamCop FAQ that incorporates and expands on the above
found at ->Single-page Expanded FAQ

Jump To FAQ Section Links

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Introduction to SpamCop for recipients of spam reports
What does a SpamCop Report look like?
I didn't originate the spam. My server might have relayed this message. Why report it to me?

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