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  1. Ah, ok. That's good to know that my email shouldn't be publicly visible. I see, so until Apple resolves this, theres not much point in me reporting spam through SpamCop?
  2. Sure, I just didn't do that at first because it would disclose my email address. Anyway, here it is:
  3. Hi, I've recently started using SpamCop, but I'm having some trouble reporting. I've attached an example message to this post. On processing this message, SpamCop fails to identify the source IP address of the message, incorrectly classifies iCloud and Gmail's servers as possible spammers (and generates reports for them) and it also want's to send me a report too: Received: from ([]) by (Oracle Communications Messaging Server 64bit (built Aug 1 2016)) with ESMTP id <> for x; Fri, 09 Jun 2017 11:35:45 +0000 (GMT) host (getting name) no name Possible spammer: Received line accepted Received: from ( []) by (Oracle Communications Messaging Server 64bit (built Feb 26 2016)) with ESMTPS id <> for x (ORCPT x); Fri, 09 Jun 2017 11:35:45 +0000 (GMT) host = (cached) is not listed in not listed in is not an MX for is not an MX for is not an MX for Possible spammer: If reported today, reports would be sent to: Re: (Administrator of network where email originates) Re: (User defined recipient) This happens if I forward as an attachment from Apple Mail and also if I copy the raw source of the message and past into the report page on the SpamCop site. Why does SpamCop incorrectly detect that the mail servers handling the messages in transit and my email address as places where it needs to send reports to and in addition why does it fail to detect the source of the spam? Am I doing something wrong that would cause this? Thanks, Joe spam.txt