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    Reporting Issue's reason Fake Headers

    I really think this is annoying. I can't automate my spam reporting anymore because now i need to do everything manually now for each spam mail. This process includes: In my mail app: Open each mail In the menu select to view the source Copy the source In my browser: Paste the source Copy the line that breaks reporting Delete the Line """"""""""" After Process spam Paste above line in comments This has to be done for every Mail, i think its best to create a work around the problem at Spamcops side until Google resolves this ( if they ever will)
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    Reporting Issue's reason Fake Headers

    Lets hope they come with a solution quickly then !
  3. albert2

    Reporting Issue's reason Fake Headers

    Thanks Petzl, Seems you have pinpointed the problem to the second header line. Do you or someone else knows what exactly is caused by this line & what this line tells ? Again maybe Spamcop systems can be altered to remove or ignore this line automatically when present so users won't need to take care of it anymore for each mail. If this line is specific to mailboxes from gmail, maybe spamcop could contact google and ask for a solution. Albert
  4. Hello, Since a while i have problems reporting spam while before i never had issue's. On my side nothing has changed so it's certainly not a mail host issue. This are the exact errors spamcop gives me: No unique hostname found for source: xxxxxxx Possible forgery. Supposed receiving system not associated with any of your mailhosts Will not trust this Received line. Mailhost configuration problem, identified internal IP as source Mailhost:Please correct this situation - register every email address where you receive spam No source IP address found, cannot proceed. Nothing to do. I first ignored the spams & did no efforts to report them but now every spam i received get bounced for this reason & spams send to me grow in numbers. So i needed to take action and looked for above errors on this forum. I found a solution and with it i can report again but doing this for every spam is a time consuming workaround, besides that there is each time the risk i forget to mungle out my own email address & face retributions from the spammer if he receives a copy of the report. This is the solution: Seem a number of variants copy from including this line down ARC-Authentication-Results: i=1; mx.google.com; spf=pass (google.com: domain of www.@vanilla.ocn.ne.jp designates 153.149.236.39 as permitted sender) Then copy and paste the above bit in notes' After SpamCop has parsed it. I hope Spamcop could do an effort in including a process that automates this on their side so users can simply copy paste their mail source, in this case the mingling would also be automatically performed by spamcop as it was done before. Thanks for looking into this & providing a permanent solution. Albert PS if you require samples please respond to me & i will provide a few
  5. Hello, I want to report some spam but Spamcop wont accept it because the Mailhost configuration problem, identified internal IP as source. I receive this mail on my gmail account & it seems the spammer also uses a gmail account. I have configured Gmail as my Mailhost in my spamcop account. The mail seems indeed being send from internal IP range (10.x.x.x), This is not the internal IP range of my home network (168.x.x.x). I think this might be the internal IP from Google Gmail servers but i'm not sure of this. Have a look at it: Delivered-To: Me[at]gmail.com Received: by 10.182.225.162 with SMTP id rl2csp386309obc; Wed, 12 Nov 2014 05:55:21 -0800 (PST) Return-Path: <them[at]gmail.com> Received-SPF: pass (google.com: domain of them[at]gmail.com designates 10.50.56.15 as permitted sender) client-ip=10.50.56.15 Authentication-Results: mr.google.com; spf=pass (google.com: domain of them[at]gmail.com designates 10.50.56.15 as permitted sender) smtp.mail=them[at]gmail.com; dkim=pass header.i=[at]gmail.com X-Received: from mr.google.com ([10.50.56.15]) by 10.50.56.15 with SMTP id w15mr2664864igp.39.1415800520858 (num_hops = 1); Wed, 12 Nov 2014 05:55:20 -0800 (PST) DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=gmail.com; s=20120113; h=mime-version:date:message-id:subject:from:to:content-type; bh=sHp0KLglkDMnaRwMjslVlYNGGS2qrLV6RRJH0vVSylg=; b=k/WGx30jlvYVHew2/tkIwdg94k56zl9QEf6/fFid3IBl8YWhlHQfdymvtKRB2KP2Ry cRVNkQO7nD6c/+Dl3RSkZRuasKjdwK5MNOlaadoSBEHCpipX06QLvxZMyBy6WBuEMxvs oZoV+jy7gFw447shfiCwzsBmJTmoqA+0dTQ8uVHyb+zxZ+03OeYZC0iI0bAdl9mSx8Rc ISgoKhaQIgSdBQqwIcS+ui80nfq6E67cJREUN9V9Inii9rvJQhyAvKyJl1TfNK/l8RWe Pwx2UO6DFlGYdrT1rxfhVrF3u7G4FNoiJAtJyszNBqSL2YXpLO0tB8q8d4ywzLDLOYS9 n/uQ== MIME-Version: 1.0 X-Received: by 10.50.56.15 with SMTP id w15mr4159178igp.39.1415800520533; Wed, 12 Nov 2014 05:55:20 -0800 (PST) Received: by 10.50.88.102 with HTTP; Wed, 12 Nov 2014 05:55:20 -0800 (PST) Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2014 14:55:20 +0100 Message-ID: <CAOw3h+4DDS_Gox9__=MPomZC2fN4Lok3enTKKVJ-Tg7-k5d_mQ[at]mail.gmail.com> Subject: Subject From: Them <them[at]gmail.com> To: Them <them[at]gmail.com> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=089e0158caa4197c420507a9bfc8 Bcc: me[at]gmail.com Message ....... containing url ....... You can see 2 differen ip adresses iin the 10.x.x.x range in the mail. So can this mail be reported as spam ? Are these Google's internal IP adresses ? Is this a way to hide the origin of the spam mail ? Is there another question about this i haven't ask but seems important & you can provide the answer to it, please do. Thanks for reading my question & providing answers and solutions. Albert
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