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> Difference between "no body" and "body", Who is spamcop (at)
post Sep 15 2004, 02:21 PM
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One of my spams (almost) reports this way without a body (which is the way I received it):

Tracking URL without body

If reported today, reports would be sent to:
Re: (Administrator of network where email originates)

abuse (at)
postmaster (at)

Re: (Third party interested in email source)

spamcop (at)

(Note: color added for emphasis, munging for safety.)

and this way with the sentence "No body in spam." added as the body.

Tracking URL with body

Re: (Administrator of network where email originates)
To: abuse (at) (Notes)
To: postmaster (at) (Notes)

Re: (Third party interested in email source)
To: Cyveillance spam collection (Notes)

(Note: same as above note.)

My question is, who is spamcop (at), and why don't they get a report when the spam parses?

qjvgpuryy (not my real name - call me David)
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