killj

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  1. Yes, I can always uncheck, but I can't check the additional IPs. If I understand the headers correctly, the spammer connected from 217.61.124.180 (his ISP, ot rather some proxy) and sent some email using his account at home.pl (89.161.146.53). Home.pl is a hosting company, where he probably has an account at. So, correct me if i'm wrong, but sending a spam report to 217.61.124.180 makes little sense, since it's just some proxy, or (at best) his ISP. I can't imagine my ISP disconnecting me from the internet for sending some spam and thus such a spam report would probably go to /dev/null.. I can however imagine my hosting provider cancelling my account for sending spam. For that reason I'd rather send my spam report to home.pl. But I can't. I mean I can do it manually, but: - reports from SC are probably more important for hosting providers or ISPs than emails from some individual people, and - why use SC if everything has to be done manually? Does that make sense?
  2. Tracking URL: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6401410508zfc545d5e8343992c8abac3145dc3fbabz
  3. Above is the parsing log from the second email. It says "Possible spammer: 89.161.146.53" but doesn't give me a chance to report it to home.pl.
  4. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the spam comes from k3.ciumbek.com. [144.217.216.210], whose administrator is Woodpecker.co Sp. z o.o., and abuse email is abuse@ovh.ca (according to whois). But the only option I'm given by Spamcop is to report to abuse@google.com Why? Another example: Here I can only report to 217.61.124.180 (abuse@staff.aruba.it) but I can't report to 89.161.146.53 (abuse@home.pl) which would make much more sense IMO.