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Michael A Chase

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  1. If I understand the mailhosts initiative, it causes parsing to stop after the last known mail host. This means that any spam sent through a mail list will be attributed to the list server. Is there any way to register mail list hosts so the real source of the spam can be reported?
  2. I dropped my mailhosts at about 3am PT to allow me to report what had accumulated and then resubmitted at 3:39am PT. The Earthlink hosts appeared labled as Mindspring even though I'd named the submission Netcom.
  3. Still no joy after three hours. I'll post again when it comes through or after another three hours. Still nothing after six hours. I'll let it cook until about 3am PT. I'll have to drop out of mailhosts then so I can report my day's spam without blaming Earthlink for everything.
  4. That's probably just general slowness, which seems to be an epidemic lately in the mornings, when the system is most active. We're working on the fix for that. Your email should get through soon though, and you should get replies. Still no joy after three hours. I'll post again when it comes through or after another three hours.
  5. In http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=867, Ellen said that a problem preventing confirmation emails from being sent had been fixed. The problem seems to still be present. I just tried to register my ix.netcom.com address and received all 14 expected mx?.earthlink.net probes. I sent them back as attachments to one email, but have not received any confirmation. My spamcop.net address appears when I visit http://mailsc.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=mhedit&authcode=xyz, but my ix.netcom.com address does not.
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