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  1. 5280 Guy

    Flooded With Groupon spam

    Thanks, everyone. I'll just report it as spam through GMail. Not really a solution, but... Groupon sucks!!!
  2. If I submit the full headers I wind up with this: To: abuse#iana.org@devnull.spamcop.net (Notes). I am under the impression that that doesn't do anything. If I remove the "received" text, the report would go to abuse@groupon.com - a total waste of time. Any suggestions? Thanks. Delivered-To: me@gmail.com Received: by 2002:ab3:1a8d:0:0:0:0:0 with SMTP id 13-v6csp356157ltt; Thu, 20 Sep 2018 05:19:41 -0700 (PDT) X-Google-Smtp-Source: ANB0VdYxA2Xpma18r9gjwN9InDhJv8fNefRIF75zVF5eC0kAX5c5Ys1GeRcD4p6h2iOXFoxjCtWw X-Received: by 2002:a17:902:6b47:: with SMTP id g7-v6mr39762682plt.128.1537445980976; Thu, 20 Sep 2018 05:19:40 -0700 (PDT) ARC-Seal: i=1; a=rsa-sha256; t=1537445980; cv=none;
  3. Wow, is this confusing. Tracking URL: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6467963190zd4c0483ee609e1ae7c510a8714a4de06z I copy the headers and e-mail them to Spamcop. I wonder if I would be better off just pasting them into the window on Spamcop's website. Anyway, In your example I clicked on the URL and didn't find the line you pasted to cut out. Would it be this, on the fourth line? X-Received: by 2002:a0c:d06b:: with SMTP id d40-v6mr17389404qvh.213.1527620730884; So, to properly submit spam, I should delete the line mentioned before sending the headers to Spamcop. (I had been only sending headers from "ARC-Authentication-Results: i=1; mx.google.com;" down). Where do I include the tracking URL? It appears in the report to be sent. Finally, there is confusion here about what constitutes a submission. Is that sending the initial headers to Spamcop, or sending the spam report after I receive the e-mail from Spamcop?
  4. Not sure what you mean about 3 reports. This happens whenever I submit the spam report. I'm about to give up, This is incredibly frustrating and confusing. I copy and paste the headers from this line down: ARC-Authentication-Results: i=1; mx.google.com; If I copy too much of the headers I get an error. If I copy the code for the graphics that follow (not needed, of course), it fails. If I don't copy enough of the headers, I get a different message. Now I get this one that just says "Notes." I get the feeling those are for statistical purpposed only, and nothing gets done with those.
  5. When I see this, does it mean that nothing will happen with the report?
  6. 5280 Guy

    Please delete

    Posted in error.
  7. Sorry. I'm really dumb with this. I took the earlier suggestion to use the headers without the GMail stuff - from "ARC - Authentication-results:" down. I then saw the results below - very encouraging. When submitted it before (the old way) using the full headers, the only address for reporting was abuse#iana.org@devnull.spamcop.net. Now, when I did it copying and pasting from "ARC - Authentication-results:" down.," I received what seem to be the same results that you did. I also pasted the headers into comments before I submitted the report, but as the below addresses were already there in the response from Spamcop I don't think it will make any difference. It seems this is working.
  8. Okay - I see some very useful information (below). But how did you get that? I can see where you cut the GMail stuff, but what did you have to do in order to get the stuff at the bottom? (I think that abuse@serverpoint.com is key). Should I just strip out the Gmail headers when submitting the initiial report via e-mail to Spamcop? abuse@serverpoint.comnoc#premianet.com@devnull.spamcop.netabuse#aplushosting.com@devnull.spamcop.netabuse#premianet.com@devnull.spamcop.netsupport@premianet.com
  9. Last questions.l The tracking URL i s here: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6464897720ze63276d79844e2792e2000caad66b711z The spammer is houzz.com. I see this text: 64.235.44.15 is not an MX for mail.houzz.com.mail.houzz.com. is 64.235.44.15 I looked up that IP address and get this: That doesn't seem to be the company to complain to. Is there a way to get that from the header? I am missing something. Thanks.
  10. Thanks, petzl. Very helpful. It seems that going forward I can just grab the IP address that appears toward the end of the report (Routing details for 10.157.55.198I refuse to bother abuse@iana.org.) and do a looking and report it that way, as well as do that pasting.
  11. That's understandable, but frustrating. Is there a way to identify the ISP so that I can complain to them?
  12. Thanks for checking that out and for the explanation. The ""Report was not sent to the administrator of network where email originated" explains why I keep getting this spam. Any suggestions?
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