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  1. OK I'm not that used to spammers' friends rhetoric, now can be sure this was just a common lie. Well I don't know if their reply was just a standard one and they actually removed the content, or if the registrar made the housekeeping, but today the domain doesn't reply to ping requests and can't even be found via WHOIS. Could that explain why now when I click on the report link ( a message " No valid email addresses found, sorry! " is shown ?
  2. Hello, One of my recent reports through SpamCop was sent to abuse[AT], because of the spam referenced web site ( : 6747795580 ( The reply they made was quite surprising to me : I can't understand how LeaseWeb may rents servers, and not being a host... What do you think about that they say distinct companies should be contacted for illicit activities ? We are talking about an IP from the US, so abuse[AT] should be appropriated. Then, we are talking about a site selling counterfeit products, which should also be considered as phishing (and I've reported it as such with Firefox). I don't think this is allowed in any of the countries where Leaseweb operates. Did some of you has already received such a reply from a web host ? Then for further cases, can SpamCop handle all the abuse address they list here : ?
  3. Indeed, the parser could ask to truncate when too many links are found (like when the mail is too long), or at least an error message should notify the user, even when technical details are not showed. For me that would be an appreciated improvement. When similar spams repeat, I think it is important to shoot on both sides, sending network and web hosts. I am receiving those for counterfeit brands for more than one year now ! And I would like to thank Spamcop admins for their hard work. I have been using the reporting service for more about 10 or 15 years, and having no problems to report in the forums until now proves this is a very accomplished tool !
  4. Thank you for your help Lking ! Now I understand a thing : I hadn't checked the "Show technical details" checkbox, so the error message "Too many links" wouldn't display. Only a huge list of links appeared, without explanation. Is it really the desired behaviour ?
  5. Hello, This is my first post here and english is not my native language, so please be indulgent I regularly receive spams for counterfeit products, and when reporting them through SpamCop, URL aren't decoded. Here is an example : It seems that there is a bug where Spamcop parser gets flooded... Report is only sent to originating network abuse address, and I have to add a user notification to (try to) send the report to the web host. What do you reckon ?