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wkrick

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  1. I think you misunderstood my post. I am not a SpamCop email user. I have my own personal VPS server and I am using the SpamCop blocklist bl.spamcop.net along with SpamAssassin. The FAQ page I reference in my first post is concerning people in my situation and doesn't apply to people using SpamCop email accounts.
  2. According to the SpamCop FAQ... http://spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/331.html Does anyone know what version of SpamAssassin these settings are intended for? Also, I'm not 100% sure what some of the settings do, or why they would be preferred by SpamCop. Digging around the SpamAssassin Wiki, I'm not finding a lot of these settings.
  3. Phishing spam emails that appear to come from blizzard.com or battle.net should be reported (forwarded) to hacks[at]blizzard.com http://us.blizzard.com/support/article.xml?articleId=30828
  4. Unfortunately, the source is bouncing abuse reports so the report gets devnulled... ...and I get tons of email from these jerks daily. I just want it to stop.
  5. The reporting tool is having issues resolving Russian domain names. This is a problem for me because the majority of spam I get these days is in Russian. I think it's ultimately a character set/encoding problem that's faking out the reporting tool. For example, when I mouse over the link in the Russian spam in Firefox, the domain looks like the screenshot below... But when I submit it through the SpamCop Reporting tool, I get this error... Cannot resolve http://à ëüôà -ãðóï.com.ua/kvoliti/ When I examine the source of the email, it appears that the email is using... charset="windows-1251" ...and here's how the URL is actually encoded... <DIV><A href=3D"http://=E0=EB=FC=F4=E0-=E3=F0=F3=EF.com.ua/kvoliti/"><FON= T color=3D#0000ff size=3D4 face=3DVerdana><B><U>=C1=EE=EB=FC=F8=E5 =E8=ED=F4=EE=F0=EC=E0=F6=E8=E8 =ED= =E0 =F1=E0=E9=F2=E5 >>></U></B></FONT></A></DIV>
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