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  1. I'm a reporting-only member. I don't know my password, so I clicked on the "Forgot your password?" link. A few minutes later, I got a mail with my new password. I copy pasted it into the password field, with my (correct) email address as login, but then spamcop tells me "Login failed, please try again (is your caps-lock on?)". I'm using Firefox 1.0.7, tried several times. EDIT : Oh well, I just received _another_ password reset email, and this time the password works. I really don't think I asked twice for a password reset.
  2. Thanks! For some reason, after changing my password, the "Report now" link is now back when I have spam reports pending. The mail I got told me to log in at www.spamcop.net, but I didn't have to do that; I was still logged in (even though the server didn't send any cookie).
  3. Since a few days I can't report several spams in a row. What I usually do is report several spams by mail, then I get spamcop's answers by mail, and I click on the reporting URL in one of them. That brings up the reporting web page for that spam, and once reported I get a link "Unreported spam..." which I can click on to proceed to the next spam. But now this link isn't there anymore, and I have to click on the link in each email separately to report the spams. I have a free account. When I click on the "security upgrade..." link on the reporting form, it brings me to the URL http://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=sendauth&code= , which says: ----- No valid email address entered: Copyright © 1998-2004 SpamCop.net, Inc., All rights reserved. HTML4/CSS2 - We suggest Firefox Privacy Policy Copyright © 1998-2004 SpamCop.net, Inc., All rights reserved. HTML4/CSS2 - We suggest Firefox Privacy Policy ----- On the top of the reporting page, there is my email address with a "Log out" link next to it. If I click on that link, it sends an empty cookie "code" which expires one year ago for the domain "www.spamcop.net", but then I'm still logged in (no matter how much I refresh the pages). Under the "site style" selection button, it always reads "Requires cookies", but I have cookies enabled. Not sure if it's normal or not. I'm using the AWeb 3.4 browser with java scri_pt disabled. Thanks.
  4. I'm wondering if the mailhost system works fine with dynamic IPs. I'm receiving mail from a server hosted on a dynamic IP machine. Sorry if it's explained elsewhere, I've read the instructions and the topics in this forum but found nothing about it.
  5. stan

    mailhost registration

    Yes, it was on this web site :-). Some link was shown to me while I was validating spam reports... Honestly I don't feel like spending more time on this (I'm a bit tired tonight too :-]). Things seem to work as well (or bad, depending on the spams ) as before anyway! Thanks for the help anyway.
  6. stan

    mailhost registration

    Well, if you don't know what it is, I guess you can't help. From what I remember it's a new procedure that is being put in place by the spamcop team to enhance the detection of source mail servers from the mail headers by registering each user's mail server(s), or something like that. Spamcop sent me one mail for each "mx" or whatever mail server of my ISP, which I had to reply to, and that's it. But I'm supposed to register also email addresses/servers that forward mails to my main email, which I can't because I have no URL to do that anymore.
  7. While submitting a spam I've been somehow informed of a new mailhost registration service that should improve spam source detection, etc. I have registered my main email address successfully, but then I wanted to register my other emails which redirect to my main email, as suggested, but I can't find any way to do that! I can't find any info about that service anywhere... Now I have the feeling that my registration is half complete, and I can't do anything about it... Any hint? :-)