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  1. problems with OUTLOOK is ongoing. Have you searched for "OutLook" using the search tool in the upper right of this page?
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    "spam" from Spamcop

    This post was moved from "Blocklist Help" Not to quibble over definitions, but given you participation over the last 15 years, the notifications are not spam. If you would like to change your notification choices you can make changes by: Click on your account name in the upper right hand corner of this screen In the drop down menu, click on <Account Settings> In the Settings screen, in the right hand column click on <notification settings> On he Notification Settings screen, there are several options you can select or not After making you selections be sure to click the <Save> button located near the bottom center of the screen. I hope this has been helpful.
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    Why am I paying with my time?

    To follow on what petzl posted. There are two paths here 1) Stop the spam out right. As petzl posted, IF the abuse desk/ISP a good member of the internet or the cost of too many report gets to high, the ISP can stop the spam from the IPs they control. Yes, the spammer can just fine somewhere else host there spamming but that is life 2) spam traps, analysis or reported spam add to some block list, spamassin, spamCop, or who ever. For any blocklist to have an affect on your email, some ISP or node in your path must use that blocklist Depending on where you report your spam you may help one or both approaches. one or both may affect spam you receive. As a bonus you may get washed off the spammers list.
  4. Understand that. There are times when I just trow away some examples. Looking at some of my current spam it looks like the last "Content-Type:" may be out of place. I would suggest after you past in the spam, insert a blank line after the "To: undisclosed-recipients:;" line. Just a suggestion. The parser should still see you email address in the Bcc line in the body and "x" it.
  5. Let me expand on my shorthand reply Yes, (If I had received the email you received), I would report this (email as) spam. My apologies for any offense perceived in my comments. None was intended. Life is to short.
  6. Yes I would report this spam.
  7. In the body of the emial <DIV><a style=3D"color: blue; background-color: ffffdd" href=3D"http://www.nospammer.net/SpamSubmission/SubmitSpam?id=3DI3QGAH0GXWB= nRmpfeUJ0RQ__&sig=3De340MBnYVsRoIzFtaiVlcHl4NCx2MTNwEzZfBg__"> If this email is not spam, click here to submit the signatures to FortiGuar= d - AntiSpam Service. </a></DIV> as indicated in the report
  8. Lking

    forum url have changed

    The issue is two different but related problems. As you may have noticed there is a difference between the base domain, "SpamCop.net" and the SUB domain "forum.spamcop.net' SpamCop.net is perhaps the more stable of the two. However, when SpamCop was bough by Cisco maintenance of the user interface became a lower priority. In fairness, before the change in ownership there were issues with dead links to the forum were creeping into SpamCop.net (as I remember). The forum is a somewhat different issue of evolution. The forum has always been a user volunteer supported operation. Volunteers have had varying degrees of access, control and time given to the forum. With the changing "personal" several initiatives to improve/structure the wealth of information and history in the forum have been started and abandoned. Add to this the need to change the underlying software forum software and database has resulted in an uncounted number of broken links. All a sad but true result of an irregularly maintained system that is +40(?) years old.
  9. Lking

    AWS spam source

    You might try stop-spoofing@amazon.com
  10. Lking

    No Data Found

    Don't forget to leave the reuired blank line at the end of the header
  11. The way the system works is sometimes confusing. When you are logged in to SpamCop and follow a tracking URL to look at a report you see the un munged report. If you log out and follow the tracking URL, you will see the munged report others see as RubiBue reported above.
  12. Rule #3: Spammers are stupid. "Hay fellow spammers here is a validated email address!" How do you know it is valid? " They reported my email (spam) to this address"
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