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  1. Lking

    IPv6 support for spamcop reports

    I suggest you start a thread in "Reporting Help" and provide a Tracking URL for a spam that has this problem. That way others who use gmail will be able to make better suggestions. (I will then move you OP to the new thread.
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    IPv6 support for spamcop reports

    Knitter have you used the search tool in the upper right of this screen to look for "gmail" or "IPv6"
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    Spamcop server

    I suggested a more direct path; 1. go to the top of this screen. 2. with the "Browse" tab highlighted, "Staff" is one of the options. Click on "Staff" 3. On the second row of the Staff Directory you will see "Richard W" 4. Under his name is a 'message' icon. click on that to send Richard a private message to explain your current spamcop problem.
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    Help required

    Have you gone to https://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml entered you mail server's IP address? This will give you insight into why your IP has been listed. In general if your IP has been listed it is because emails from your mail server's IP address, or the address shared by your server, have been reported to SpamCop as spam. It is also possible that email originating from the IP were sent to a spamtrap. A more detailed explanation of how the SCBL worked can be found at https://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/297.html Scroll down to 'SCBL Rules' for details. If you have further questions please ask them as part of this thread, members will be glade to help.
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    Spamcop server

    Just to be sure. Did you understand how to email Richard?
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    Spamcop server

    Kolor, I believe RobiBue is correct; your privet 16 character submit code has been compromised. I have edited your post above which again exposed your 16 character code. Go to <Browse><Staff> above and click on "Richard W" to send him an email requesting a change/update to your reporting account.
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    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Unless your ISP uses the SpamCop Blocklist to filter/sort your incoming email, you will not see a direct affect in your inbox for submitting spam.
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    Spamcop server

    The "Average reporting Time" parameter has not worked correctly sense it was added to the screen.
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    Spamcop server

    Kolor, The way I read what you have quoted, it is not the spam/email that is causing the problem. It is the application you are using to forward the email that is causing the problem. Check your email application and see if you can change the format from "html" to "text" You may be able to look at the source of the email you sent to SpamCop using <ctrl>U I believe you will see that the attachment is included within some html code, and have <p> </p> or <br> code inserted in the header. NOTE: I have edited your "quote" deleting the example header which reveals your email address, your secrete/private spamcop submit address, etc.
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    AFKB

    You snooze you loose
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    Reporting to Spammer?

    Thank you for the Tracking URL. To answer your original question Yes. If you look at the bottom of the parser report, spam reports are sent to jstrader{AT}superlative{DOT}com " (Administrator of network hosting website referenced in spam) "
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    Reporting to Spammer?

    We can not tell without a Tracking URL. Then we would know what reports the parser sent. In general the spamvertised links in submitted email are the lowest priority, but given resources, yes reports would be sent.
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    Our address - Blocklist

    Without knowing your IP address it is not possible to provide any real advise. In general, an IP address is added to the SpamCop Block List because several emails have been reported to SpamCop or emails have been sent to spam traps. The SCBL is dynamic and IP addresses are automatically removed from the list depending on the volume of spam reports. If you are having a recurring problem, talk to you ISP and see who shares your outgoing SMTP IP. Also check your own system to assure you are not sending offending email, intentionally or by infection.
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    How i delist my domain?

    Yes the IP is currently shown as being on the SCBL, https://www.talosintelligence.com/reputation_center/lookup?search=82.80.50.0%2F24 If no additional reports are received the IP will automatically come off of the block list. To make sure you understand, the IP address is listed, NOT your domain. If your outgoing email application shares the IP with other outgoing SMTP the offending email could be coming from one of those domains, not yours. Check with you ISP to find out if you share the IP with others. Of course what is spam is in the eye of the receiver not the sender. For example, PineApp Mail Secure would not flag a totally benign email sent to a spam trap. However, the email would could cause the IP to be blocked. Check with your ISP. The link above shows that the email volume has shown a 96% increase. Now a good sign. Someone is sending a lot of email.
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    Outlook "Beta"

    Nightwolf thanks for the Tracking URL. As you can see the new(er) version of Outlook is not providing the unaltered source of the email. I do not use Outlook maybe others here have found a workaround. Have you considered using Thunderbird?
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