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  1. For those playing along at home... I found a workaround to this issue - though it's not 100% kosher. If I trim out the two or three "Received" lines at the top of these messages, Spamcop will parse it properly. The problem appears to be that Microsoft adds some Received lines with IPv6 headers - but the chain doesn't add up. Specifically, in a message received this morning, the Received lines show the following paths: As you can see, the top line doesn't have an IP address and doesn't link with the second line. If I trim just the one line out, though, it still fails and wants to report to hotmail. I need to trim the first two (or three) lines to get a good parse.
  2. Yes, I have mailhosts configured. The relevant one shows in my list as "Hotmail/MSN". When I first discovered this problem, I deleted that configuration and re-created it. But the problem remained.
  3. Sorry. I mistakenly assumed I'd need to submit a report in order to get a tracking URL - and I didn't want to do that since it'd go to the wrong place... Here's a new tracking URL from one of this morning's spam messages: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6467687408z7a4c3f67b7bdfa3058acf6e24fcf17f1z
  4. Here's a report from a couple months ago that shows the problem: https://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=gettrack&reportid=6804849594
  5. This has been a problem for me for months now - possibly every since we switched our mail hosting to Office 365. Every time I report a spam that came through Office 365, Spamcop identifies an IPv6 address as the source and wants to send the report to "report_spam@hotmail.com". I've seen other reports on this forum about similar problems. As far as I can tell, my mailhost is set up properly. Is there a workaround or solution to this problem? Thanks.
  6. The problem is intermittent. I reset my bounce flag and it will work for awhile, but eventually another report is rejected. Recently, it seems to hit me about every other day or so - but for a few months, I had no troubles. (I submit perhaps two messages per day, on average) If the report made it to my ISP's servers and was rejected there, I would assume there would be some evidence in the logs - but they (Site5) insist there is none. Still a mystery...
  7. Just got my bounce flag set again this morning after several days without trouble. Lou, the messages never make it to my mail server, so I don't believe your scenario explains things. And Don never told me what the problem was. It just "went away" for a few months.
  8. This problem has popped up again for me recently. Spamcop is getting a 550 reject from an outgoing report, but my ISP (Site5) sees nothing in their logs - which implies the problem is on Spamcop's end. Last time, the reject message came from ironport.com - which reinforces the theory that it's "internal" to Spamcop. Is it just me?
  9. Recently, my personal report copies have been bouncing (intermittently) with a 550 error - causing Spamcop to disable future reports. I can temporarily mitigate the problem by clicking on the "Problem resolved" button, but I'd like to find out what is actually happening. Unfortunately, my mail host (Site5) can find nothing in their log files, so I'm at a loss to trace the problem. Could the problem be on Spamcop's end or is Site5 just confused? Any insights would be appreciated. Thanks.
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