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  1. Interestingly enough, http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/dnstime.ch?n....com&type=A currently says "Searching for systms.com A record at J.GTLD-SERVERS.NET. Reports no A records (NXDOMAIN). 208ms." and "Sorry, I could not continue.", my local tools cannot find domain systms.com in DNS, and http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1098619467z7...7cd9b7b6bddfc7z is now showing "Host systms.com (checking ip) IP not found ; systms.com discarded as fake." and "Cannot resolve http://systms.com/online/www.rightreasons....ndex.html". Ask your ISP why you can resolve systms.com, possibly including results of a dig or nslookup command sent to your ISP's nameservers.

    OTOH, consider that eNom still has systms.com registered, and eNom's nameservers like dns1.name-services.com are still returning results as follows when queried with dig:

    ; <<>> DiG 9.2.3 <<>> [at]dns1.name-services.com systms.com

    ;; global options: printcmd

    ;; Got answer:

    ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 41

    ;; flags: qr aa rd; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 1, AUTHORITY: 5, ADDITIONAL: 5

    ;; QUESTION SECTION:

    ;systms.com. IN A

    ;; ANSWER SECTION:

    systms.com. 1800 IN A 65.98.52.135

    ;; AUTHORITY SECTION:

    systms.com. 3600 IN NS dns1.name-services.com.

    systms.com. 3600 IN NS dns2.name-services.com.

    systms.com. 3600 IN NS dns3.name-services.com.

    systms.com. 3600 IN NS dns4.name-services.com.

    systms.com. 3600 IN NS dns5.name-services.com.

    ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION:

    dns1.name-services.com. 3600 IN A 69.25.142.1

    dns2.name-services.com. 3600 IN A 216.52.184.230

    dns3.name-services.com. 3600 IN A 63.251.92.193

    dns4.name-services.com. 3600 IN A 64.74.96.242

    dns5.name-services.com. 3600 IN A 70.42.37.1

    ;; Query time: 1231 msec

    ;; SERVER: 69.25.142.1#53(dns1.name-services.com)

    ;; WHEN: Tue Oct 10 21:47:32 2006

    ;; MSG SIZE rcvd: 263


  2. Goog morning, yesterday my public IP adress
    Do you mean 195.7.97.106 or a different one?
    has been black listed by spamcop.
    No, it wasn't. It may have been listed by the SCBL, but the SCBL is a "Blocking List", not a "black list".
    My first question is : may I obtain an example of email which explain the reason why ?
    You may or may not (probably not, in the case of email to spamtraps). After you have read the "Why am I Blocked" FAQ. Current evidence suggests that the reason why is for sending mail to spamtraps, probably UUBE. What reason(s) was/were listed yesterday on http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=blcheck&...ip=195.7.97.106?
    My second question : I have been delisted automatically : why ?
    Because 24 hours passed after the last infraction. That's how the SCBL works. You'd have found that out if you'd read the SCBL FAQ.
    many thanks
    You're welcome.

  3. Here's an example:
    I parsed your example with a non-Mailhosted account, resulting in Tracking URL http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1097698991z9...be2dfc7dd0c4fcz, which gave me the following:
    Sorry, this email is too old to file a spam report. You must report spam within 2 days of receipt. This mail was received on 6 Oct 2006 09:29:17 -0000

    Message is 3.6 days old

    ...

    If reported today, reports would be sent to:

    Re: 84.228.47.158 (Administrator of IP block - statistics only)

    abuse[at]smile.net.il

    What Tracking URL did you try to use?

  4. The feature you mentioned, although titled "Report History", is more properly called the "View recent reports" feature, which can be accessed via the "View recent reports" Link on the "Past Reports" Tab, or directly via http://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=showhistory, http://members.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=showhistory, or http://mailsc.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=showhistory (depending on which site you're using). My account is experiencing the same symptom, in that only the first page shows up, and there is no link available for viewing subsequent pages (of older Reports). More specifically, there is absolutely nothing but a newline between the last 'No reports filed</div>' and '<div id="footer">'. I have just emailed a SpamCop Admin via service[at]admin.spamcop.net to look into this issue for us.


  5. how do I make spamcop.net go get it now? How do I make spamcop go ahead and pull the e-mails off the server?
    As soon as you change something and click the "Modify" Button bringing you to https://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/spamc....php?modified=1 or http://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/spamc....php?modified=1,

    the SpamCop Email System should start POPping your email, or throwing an Error. It should take no more than 15 minutes. You did configure your Gmail account to allow you to POP from it, right?


  6. Unfortunately, it looks like you might not be getting any email whatsoever because server mail.macupgrades.co.uk.macupgrades.co.uk doesn't exist - see the following for details:

    10/08/06 14:13:40 dig macupgrades.co.uk ...

    Dig macupgrades.co.uk[at]ns.iomart.co.uk (84.22.161.11) ...

    Authoritative Answer

    Recursive queries supported by this server

    Query for macupgrades.co.uk type=255 class=1

    macupgrades.co.uk SOA (Zone of Authority)

    Primary NS: ns.iomart.co.uk

    Responsible person: dns[at]iomart.com

    serial:2005060904

    refresh:10800s (3 hours)

    retry:3600s (60 minutes)

    expire:604800s (7 days)

    minimum-ttl:86400s (24 hours)

    macupgrades.co.uk NS (Nameserver) ns2.iomart.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk NS (Nameserver) ns.iomart.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk MX (Mail Exchanger) Priority: 10 mail.macupgrades.co.uk.macupgrades.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk MX (Mail Exchanger) Priority: 15 mail.macupgrades.co.uk.macupgrades.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk A (Address) 212.227.77.248

    ns.iomart.co.uk A (Address) 84.22.161.11

    ns2.iomart.co.uk A (Address) 62.128.193.201

    Dig macupgrades.co.uk[at]ns2.iomart.co.uk (62.128.193.201) ...

    Authoritative Answer

    Recursive queries supported by this server

    Query for macupgrades.co.uk type=255 class=1

    macupgrades.co.uk SOA (Zone of Authority)

    Primary NS: ns.iomart.co.uk

    Responsible person: dns[at]iomart.com

    serial:2005060904

    refresh:10800s (3 hours)

    retry:3600s (60 minutes)

    expire:604800s (7 days)

    minimum-ttl:86400s (24 hours)

    macupgrades.co.uk NS (Nameserver) ns2.iomart.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk NS (Nameserver) ns.iomart.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk MX (Mail Exchanger) Priority: 10 mail.macupgrades.co.uk.macupgrades.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk MX (Mail Exchanger) Priority: 15 mail.macupgrades.co.uk.macupgrades.co.uk

    macupgrades.co.uk A (Address) 212.227.77.248

    ns.iomart.co.uk A (Address) 84.22.161.11

    ns2.iomart.co.uk A (Address) 62.128.193.201

    ...


  7. mail.internode.on.net (203.16.214.182) has the following recent Report History (it shouldn't be sending bounces entitled "Returned mail: see transcript for details"):

    Submitted: Sunday 2006/10/08 11:34:59 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1957171426 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 18:31:31 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1954684771 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 05:11:51 -0400:
    =?windows-1251?B?w+7r7uLt7uzzIOHz9ePg6/Ll8PM=?=
    1953683393 ( 203.16.214.182 ) To: aunic[at]internode.com.au
    1953683387 ( 150.101.155.102 ) To: spamcop[at]imaphost.com
    1953683377 ( 150.101.155.102 ) To: abuse[at]internode.on.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 01:27:56 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1953425241 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Thursday 2006/10/05 18:36:32 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1953020993 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -----------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Monday 2006/10/02 02:05:54 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1947192429 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Tuesday 2006/09/26 23:20:32 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1939973887 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Tuesday 2006/09/26 09:55:05 -0400:
    =?iso-8859-1?B?oVKturOhpUjDuKW7pOKqa7rrpN/DuLtzqrq1tK3brk2u0SAsumHA8rdz?= =?i...
    1939122998 ( 203.16.214.182 ) To: aunic[at]internode.com.au
    1939122951 ( 203.122.240.116 ) To: spamcop[at]imaphost.com
    1939122892 ( 203.122.240.116 ) To: abuse[at]internode.on.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/09/22 02:22:36 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1932973466 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ----------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Wednesday 2006/09/20 15:49:39 -0400:
    Returned mail: see transcript for details
    1930617626 ( 203.16.214.182 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net


  8. More Report History follows (each of the 13964 domains controlled by MCI/UUNet/Worldcom per http://www.senderbase.org/?searchBy=ipaddr...ng=142.77.1.111 needs to be checked for bouncing ("Undeliverable mail:") and for delayed mail warnings ("WARNING. Mail Delayed:")):

    Submitted: Saturday 2006/10/07 23:29:46 -0400:
    WARNING. Mail Delayed: High-quality medications here.
    1956418024 ( 142.77.1.111 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Saturday 2006/10/07 04:28:31 -0400:
    WARNING. Mail Delayed: vvatch this st-0ck Trade
    1955242165 ( 142.77.1.111 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 07:28:23 -0400:
    WARNING. Mail Delayed: Re: Home Loan - APPROVED. - 12Thu, 05 Oct 2006 21:56:0...
    1953831594 ( 142.77.1.111 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Thursday 2006/10/05 09:28:30 -0400:
    Undeliverable mail: this is how I got thin
    1952353510 ( 142.77.1.111 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -----------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Monday 2006/10/02 09:28:25 -0400:
    WARNING. Mail Delayed: Solid Loans with options.
    1947636416 ( 142.77.1.111 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -----------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Sunday 2006/10/01 16:28:59 -0400:
    WARNING. Mail Delayed: this is how I got thin
    1946704317 ( 142.77.1.111 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net


  9. In theory, new SpamCop email users are not permitted to use quick reporting until MailHosts are configured, but I have not been able to prove that statement.
    Certainly, old SpamCop Email System Customers have been permitted to use Quick Reporting without Mailhosts, until circumstances forced them to implement Mailhosts.

  10. Another solution and if you get both a success and a failure email.:

    If you are technically fluent, read the Mailhost FAQ started by Wazoo that is found in the FAQ here.

    If you are not technically fluent, contact the deputies at admin[at]spamcop.net.

    That last bit should be: contact the deputies via deputies[at]spamcop.net and include "Mailhosts" in the Subject.

  11. More recent Report History follows (you should be accepting and acting on UUBE Reports, rather than opting not to receive them):

    Submitted: Saturday 2006/10/07 18:58:23 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1956179132 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Saturday 2006/10/07 18:57:18 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1956177981 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Saturday 2006/10/07 04:56:21 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1955272751 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Saturday 2006/10/07 02:02:14 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1955090106 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 22:17:21 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1954881195 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 21:29:03 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1954837468 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 18:47:49 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1954696702 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 15:03:08 -0400:
    REQUEST TO BE OUR COMPANY'S PAYMENT AGENT IN YOUR REGION
    1954459122 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: aupviolations[at]primus.ca
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 12:13:41 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1954233714 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Thursday 2006/10/05 21:52:53 -0400:
    spam: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?ATTN: YOU WON =A31.5M (CLAIM IT NOW).?=
    1954456583 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: spamcop[at]imaphost.com
    1954456574 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: aupviolations[at]primus.ca
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 09:02:03 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1953960092 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 08:37:16 -0400:
    MYSTERY SHOPPER WANTED EARN NO LESS THAN $ 500.00
    1953925654 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: aupviolations[at]primus.ca
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 07:49:41 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1953862577 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Friday 2006/10/06 00:55:52 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1953393459 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Thursday 2006/10/05 17:46:15 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1952968721 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    -------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Thursday 2006/10/05 16:26:44 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1952881542 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Wednesday 2006/10/04 23:29:04 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1951737240 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Wednesday 2006/10/04 16:24:05 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1951332937 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Wednesday 2006/10/04 07:34:17 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1950600067 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Wednesday 2006/10/04 03:05:59 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1950309905 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: aupviolations[at]primus.ca
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Wednesday 2006/10/04 00:39:22 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1950149440 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Tuesday 2006/10/03 20:54:58 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1949945431 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Tuesday 2006/10/03 07:14:31 -0400:
    NOTIFICA DEL PREMIO:CONGRATULAZIONI!!!
    1948963158 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: spamcop[at]imaphost.com
    1948963153 ( 216.254.136.21 ) To: aupviolations[at]primus.ca
    ------------------------------------------------
    Submitted: Tuesday 2006/10/03 07:04:11 -0400:
    Mail delivery failed : returning message to sender
    1948949337 ( 216.254.136.21 ) ( UUBE ) To: uube[at]devnull.spamcop.net


  12. can a spammer use easely bcc ?
    Yes, a spammer can easily use bcc. Most do, and you'll maybe get a "bcc: undisclosed-recipients" if you're lucky. OTOH, some spam programs will just send "to:" a whole lot of recipients (and some badly-configured programs will send "bcc:" a whole lot of recipients, defeating the "blind" in "blind carbon copy"), in which case by default most email client programs will only show a limited number of those recipients by virtue of their design (need to save room on the screen for the other display elements).

  13. Yes, you should definitely start using Mailhosts, if you haven't already, or you may end up Reporting Gmail rather than the actual perpetrator. Here follows a snippet from an email from SpamCop Admin on the subject:

    I am sorry to report that the spam you get via ... GMail, etc, cannot always be processed correctly by our system, resulting in SpamCop accusing your own service provider as being the source of the spam you are reporting.

    You can compensate for that by running our Mailhost configuration utility so that SpamCop can create a list of the services that handle your email so that our system will know what servers to trust when you report your spam. You'll need to configure a host for *all* the providers you receive mail through.

    You can accomplish that by logging into your SpamCop account at http://www.spamcop.net and using the Mailhosts link to tell SpamCop about *all* of your service providers, forwarding services, and webmail hosts. You need to register one email address for each network/host that handles your email.

    Once you start configuring hosts, you can't report spam again until you get them all on your list because the Mailhost system completely changes the way SpamCop looks at your spam.

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