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  1. Never mind, found the answer in one of the pinned threads.
  2. Cry Havok

    Problems with logging in

    I'm good at finding the unknown However, whatever the problem was it's not happening now.
  3. Cry Havok

    Problems with logging in

    If it had displayed longer than a fraction of a second, I'd have provided the error. Sadly the screen auto-refreshed and all I could remember was the key word SQL What happened (from memory) was: 1) Click on the bookmark to take me to the reporting page 2) Provided username and password 3) Screen briefly appears mentioning SQL 4) Screen refreshes and prompts for username and password again That it was a one off (that is, once I'd logged in it didn't appear again) made me assume a transient error. Changing the password hasn't made any difference to the problem. Still seeing it this morning, though fortunately the cookie based login works just fine - it's only the HTTP auth method that's providing intermittent failures.
  4. Cry Havok

    Problems with logging in

    Yeah, problem's back again. Something strange is going on. Tried another browser (well, another install of FF 1.0.6) and the same problem.
  5. Cry Havok

    Problems with logging in

    I would, but not only am I not using IE, I'm using the members.spamcop.net login, which doesn't use cookies However, strangely the problem appears to have gone away (famous last words).
  6. Cry Havok

    Problems with logging in

    I tried logging into my SC reporting only account and it brought up an error screen, briefly, about SQL errors. Since then I keep getting prompted for the username and password. Sometimes every few screens, sometimes every time the screen refreshes. I tried changing the password, just in case, but no change. Is anybody else seeing this, or have I somehow broken my account? TIA
  7. Cry Havok

    URLs not reported

    I've been seeing the same problem, for the same domain, doing a copy-n-paste of the source (so no quick reporting). What is annoying is that sometimes it does identify the abuse addresses, and then just seconds later (literally!) it doesn't.
  8. Cry Havok

    error: couldn't parse head

    Having the mail caught and marked as spam isn't a problem. It's getting the ******'s web hosts in on the act and having him shut down that I want to achieve. Interestingly, I'm not now seeing the error on his mails (having received a few more since I posted). However spamcop isn't finding the links any more. For instance: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z729554178zea...022aabd2969541z
  9. I'm seeing this error with more and more spams these days, tracking URLs include: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z728867499za8...9cf62100b3608fz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z728867535z91...4bdb8bfd8e7b4cz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z728868268z7d...a1fbe3b315d5cdz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z728868296z2f...3577ecee9775edz http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z728868420z18...1d1e85de64583az http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z728868496z17...035edc281d8152z Now, some do have obviously mangled headers (though nothing else has complained). However some don't, and even fixing the obvious problems doesn't stop the error. I should also say that the errors aren't introduced by me - these are as-is copy and pastes from the source (in the case of one that made it to a mail server I have access to, I pulled up the copy on disk to check). Interestingly, it seems to be the spam tool that uses "boundary-example-1" as the MIME boundary that's the cause of these. Anybody know what I can do to sort this out? Also, would it be possible to provide more info in the error, giving the context of the problem? That way those of us who can read mail headers have a better chance of reporting the spammers :-) Thanks
  10. Cry Havok

    "no links found"

    I saw a similar failure to find links today: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z705169895z02...bec32d4da46993z Strangely, after viewing the full source for a minute or so and then hitting back the links were found...
  11. Tracking URL: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z695160991z94...184e57257fe055z The spammers have now resorted to saying "copy and paste this url", and providing a URL without the http:// at the start. The first one I got I could "fix" as it was plain text. Later ones have been base64 however Is there any way to solve this in SC? Yeah, I know it's going to be, to put it mildly, non trivial...
  12. Cry Havok

    Missed links

    Tracking URL: http://members.spamcop.net/sc?id=z67825303...&action=display The mail is marked as being HTML, but is actually plain text, which I suspect is why the links were missed.
  13. Cry Havok

    Missed HTML link

    And another: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z632376092za0...36518848c2741fz Looks like some mail clients make the URL in the <span>...</span> section clickable. Certainly it is for Outlook 2003, Hotmail and Mozilla (Thunderbird 0.7.3).
  14. Cry Havok

    Missed HTML link

    One part web page. I'm using Outlook 2003, but the content is the same from any mail client (or even pulled by hand from the IMAP/POP server).
  15. Cry Havok

    Missed HTML link

    Tracking URL: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z631675798z04...634546396ae9e3z Two URLs, neither were spotted.
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