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  1. KNERD

    OVH.Net spam ?

    If Gmail is rejecting the emails, then there will be a notice in the rejection email as to why, and what you can do about it.
  2. KNERD

    OVH.Net spam ?

    Are you running your own mail server?
  3. KNERD

    OVH.Net spam ?

    The only way to know is to test. For Hotmail/Outlook, from my own email server, they messages go to spam. WHy? I do not know as other legit email even goes there. I even see Microsoft's own email going to spam. However, if there is a real problem with your email, it will outright reject the email with a notice as to why, and what to do. For Google, it never rejects email. During some testing, I have seem spammers emails goes to spam folder, but during my own initial testing with email server, the email just outright goes into a black hole. I finally got the emails through after some tweaks to my own server. If anyone is having issue with running their email server, then I suggest people use online tools available to test for potential problems which can get your email through.
  4. KNERD

    OVH.Net spam ?

    I believe spamcop is having less of an impact on spam these days than is did before for the following reasons: Less people reporting. Nearly 100% of the time I report spam, I am seeing the IP address not on the spamcop blocklist (and most others). So what is the point in using the spamcop blocklist if nothing is being blocked? Too many devulls to abuse email accounts. Very few ISPs bothering to take action. Probably because of item #1 in combination with very few of their customers getting bounces about being blocked, so they cannot complain about something which never happens. Maybe it's time to lower the reporting threshold, and put an IP address on the block list longer? It's gotten so bad, I have just outright started blocking IP address ranges of service providers when I get spam from them 2-3 times in a row. This means they are not going to take action, thus need to be blocked
  5. I did go back and try, and it was then finding the IP address of the old message, but more than 48 hours had passed
  6. Yes it is static IP address. Just reported email again. It is not obtaining the IP address again,
  7. No changes to the server. I even redid the mail host for it just now. Still same result
  8. I am getting the same thing as of today, and I am my own email provider https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6650350477z80b0fce72a3dcf5024577c98ea9276cfz https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6650350591z4d1415e917292ee52ab3f7832ae5fa40z
  9. *67 does not really block your Caller ID if you are using a large commercial service such as AT&T,or others similar. The CID is just masked in which there are ways to unmask it.
  10. KNERD

    Eonix.net helping spammers?

    I have been using Thunderbird email client. I have since discovered it is using Spamassassin.. It never did stop any of those coming from Eonix.net. Though I do see it is stopping some spam, as noted with the spam in the Junk folder. None of which has ever been from Eonix.net IP blocks. On the other hand, I have seemed to of blocked all of Eonix.net as I have not gotten a single spam from them since my last posting.
  11. How about this guy? The Thunderbird client has it already included, and will sent it to your junk folder (if it detects the email as spam).
  12. KNERD

    Reporting spam has no effect

    It seems Spamcop no longer has the clout it had some years ago. I still report, but nothing usually gets done from most of those service providers. Also to get blocked, it has to be a few people reporting (not sure of the number of reports) the same spammer on the same IP address. I used to get 10+ spams a day from one provider. The fact the spams came from sequential IP addresses tells me the provider is in cahoots with the spammer. I then tried some other block lists. After reporting, I would see the spammer IP addresses listed in various spam lists, and blocking services I was using on the email server, but for some unknown reason the spam/IP address was not being blocked. I gave up on block lists and started just blocking that provider IP range. Then I got confirmation the provider is in cahoots with the spammer, when I started getting more batches of spam from another of their data centers in the same manner as before.
  13. KNERD

    Eonix.net helping spammers?

    I guess I will need to look at spam Assassin. Since I posted this, I have had to blocked three more Eonix data centers/IP block ranges (Even had something come in from SpamChimp). They are clearly spam friendly. Maybe time for a campaign to ARIN to have their IP addresses revoked? Do they even do that? With the mass amount of reporting of Eonix I did through Spamcop, it seems it just does not have the clout it had in the past. Thanks for the input.
  14. Back in early April I was getting a few from Google (when I usually don't). I reported them and they seemed to have stopped altogether now.
  15. For many months now, I had been getting ten or more spams from their network. I would report each and every one of them, and would see the ports would go to poc@eonix.net or abuse@eonix.net. After about four months, and the spams still kept coming day after day despite reporting, I decided to just go ahead and block the IP range from which the spams would come from. That sure did stop eonix.net from sending anymore more; so I thought. A week later more spams would start arriving from eonix.net, Looking, I see they are coming from a new block of IP addresses at a different location. This has been repeating for a while now. Another reason I am asking if eonix.net is helping spammers is because these spams were not coming from the same IP address, but the next IP address in numerical sequence. Ten or more spams, all coming from the next number up in an IP address? I mean come on now, they have to be helping, right? Anyone know of their reputation? Here is another thing. For a while I decided to add the Sorbs Blacklist.The reason is because after each report for spam from eonix.net, I would see the IP address is on Sorbs. I have noticed it is easy to get listed on there and stay listed. So I add their blacklist, and guess what? The spam from eonix.net listed on Sorbs is still getting to my email server, but legit mail such as from PayPal is getting blocked by Sorbs! They in cahoots also?
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