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  1. Epoch

    service unavailable?

    Looking at the server stats it seems the system stopped sending reports around 1:00pm. Same problem they were having last week?
  2. Well, let's see here... the Spamcop FAQ link at the top of this forum page, the Spamcop FAQ from the main page at www.spamcop.net/help , the "How can I contact a Spamcop represenative" page at http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/401.html (which refers mostly to using this forum) , and the "Where can I get further assistance?" page at http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/327.html. ... did I miss anything?
  3. Steven, I also am having the "filters from hell" issue and checked the FAQ, but didn't see any contact information... ... but then it's Friday and my brain is also about fried. I can only hope he's read your email and/or seen the forum.
  4. "Dammit Jim! I'm a network doctor, not a coder!" Ok... that kills this thread.
  5. Undrerstood. I just wish there was a way to manually report the massive amounts of forgeries as quickly and efficiently as would be possible using Spamcop. I would be willing to pay a bit extra if there was an option that would be able to generate a report that would only report me as the reporter with no mention of the Spamcop system. I am just sick and tired of the spammers having the upper hand in all this. <Insert flaming anti-spammer comments here>
  6. <sigh> Okay then. set filters to "dump bounce reports" and delete it is then. Shame, that.
  7. I had been manually parsing the reports and double checking to make sure no reports were going against the IP that generated the bounce notice. I have been a user of Spamcop for many years and have kept up with their "do's" and "do not's" as far as making sure spam reports properly reflect the spammer and not innocent recipients, and go to the appropriate entities. Luckily nobody has reported MY email as the spammer so far (the address he is using for his "Return-path"). Surely I have a right to report a spammer fraudulently using MY email address as the source?
  8. I have just activated the new Mailhosts beta on my account. I have gone in and registered all the email addresses and mailhosts I currently have access to through SpamCop. I have also been getting inundated within the last several weeks by bogus "Returned Mail" where a spammer has decided to try a little revenge by spoofing the "return-path" header using my current email address. Before I activated the beta, I could strip out the spam in the bounce messages and file reports using the "Report spam" option. NOW when I try to report it after activating the beta mailhost system I get the following message: Possible forgery. Supposed receiving system not associated with any of your mailhosts It ceases to process the item at this point and WILL NOT allow me to report the spam. It also give me the same message when trying to forward to the link shown in the Report spam option. Can I DEactivate the beta and continue filing these "bounce" spams? They have been going to the appropriate ISPs and mail hosts before all this began.
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