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  1. See http://www.spamhaus.org/query/bl?ip= I found out about this because I was getting bounce errors in my Spamcop account. Spamcop was unable to send me reports because my host's MXs are using Spamhous's BLs.
  2. Ok, here's a few recent ones: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6008951425z54448b21edb6887965a6299e92f990fdz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6008952234zd45e85a100f37947f3537415885b457cz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6008952236z2ff4a8c762e63c42f6ce409bfa1b96bdz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6008952233z7b3cb31268b5bb9a3a49dae4cc0c491az http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6008951421z12c421b49762159613d82987c53b159fz
  3. In our case, consistently reporting spam to Spamcop has resulted in a significant drop in spam. Some addresses seem to be beyond saving, but others receive almost no spam anymore (*knock on wood*).
  4. When Spamcop shows that "nothing to do" message, there's no "Send spam Report(s) Now" button to click. For other ISPs that don't have a valid abuse address, Spamcop lists a devnull address and explicitly states it's using that address for statistical or tracking purposes. In the case of Eonix, it doesn't list such an address and there's no "Send spam Report(s) Now" button to click.
  5. We too have been experiening problems with Eonix. 2/3 of all spam we receive either comes from Eonix or advertises sites hosted by them. We continue to report them, but for about a week now Spamcop has been giving us this meassage when we process the spam: