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    edited to removed, @Dracosse email. This of course is why a tracking URL should be used. - hiding users email and providing all other contend AND the results from the parser.
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    @Dracosse, thanks for the information. I too have been using FF for years, and forwarding as attachment with FireFly works just fine as a process. The problem remains with the header's lack of "Received:" line as identified by @gnarlymarley Have you gotten any answer for Comcast or you email provider? I would suggest that Comcast/xfinity is just the deliver 'pipe' connecting you to you email host, @gmail, @hotmail, @outlook or whoever. They are the ones that received and passed on to you the email with the badly formed header. NOTE: The previous two post (by @Hanco and copied by @Dracosse) revealed the private code for submitting spam - and have been deleted.
  3. What is obvious to the casual observer, is not necessarily obvious to the parser. Depending on the workload, number of spam being processed, the parser may not even look at the body of the email submitted. This has long been a concern of some users because spamvertised links sometimes are not identified The SpamCop parser is a tool.. You as the user are responsible for assuring that the IP addresses added to the SCBL and email reported as spam ARE really spam and NOT any one of the other annoying or objectionable email that we all receive. To remind users of that responsibility, the message is included.
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    keep us informed.
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    The reason I ask, is that if nothing has change the results will continue to be unchanged. As noted by gnarlymarley, there are no "Received:" lines in the header you provided. It is by tracing backwards the Received entries in the header, that the spamcop parser identifies the source of the email presented. I am not hopeful but, have you ask your ISP how they delivered an email with a mis configured header? SpamCop or the SpamCop parser can not process an email that does not come close to meeting the email standards.
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    Have you change anything?
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    thanks Marley
  8. It is possible that your email host (icloud.com) had changed their configuration, witch will affect your mailhost configuration on record with spamcop. Ask your ISP. If ISP servers have been reconfigured then you need to update your mailhost configuration. by logging into your spamcop account, clicking on the <Mailhosts> tab and follow the instructions. How you submit your spam, email attachment or web form, the parsing of the header will be the same an uses the same mailhost configuration.
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    sure wish you had included the Tracking URL as a link vs just in a graphic so others could follow the link without typing in those random char. What is visible in the graphic must not be all the email and header. What did the rest of the email look like? at least down to the first blank line (end of header).
  10. Hi JoJo, Welcome to the SpamCop forum. Sorry you joining is under such stressful conditions. I think you post identifies three issues. Sorry you have gotten onto the emailing list of one that has such a poor business model. Unfortunately, at this point unsubscribing from their email list only validate that a real person reads the email. Have you reported the problem with freebizmag/com to your credit card company and your bank that issued the card? You are their paying customer. This may not stop the spam in the short run but (frebizmag.com has your email) but it may affect their bottom line. If enough people report the servers sending the spam, this also can affect them directly. This seems to be the easiest (effective) way for you to report spam. After cutting and pasting the spam into the online form and clicking the submit button, your done. Before you click the submit, just above the button you should see one or more check boxes beside where the spam reports will be sent. For example: On the other hand The success of forwarding spam as an attachment, depends on the email application and server you are using. Some email apps modify the header before attaching, attaching inline will also prevent SpamCop from processing your spam. and result in the response you received
  11. No, not really. SpamCop.net uses cookies with your reporting account.
  12. warned, blocked and post moved from "Reporting help"
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    How Do I Use SC on MY Mail Server?

    From a cPanel I don't know if you have access to the settings for the "Professional spam filter" options. The SCBL works like other block list. but the real question is SpamCop an option for the system installed by hour host.
  14. As discussed in several places there are three general reasons spamcop sends reports to @devnull.spamcop.net The abuse address has bounced 3(?) past spam reports SpamCop knows that the spam reports sent to the ISP are passed to the spammer The "abuse address" has ask SpamCop not to send reports Keeping in mind that sending reports is the top priority. Looking at the Statistics Tab I see that 3-8 spam/second are processed to identify the sending IP
  15. Welcome to the forum SpamCop has always successfully stived for a low/zero false positive spam source. As a result, SpamCop enjoys a good reputation. Unless you are familiar with the email standards it may be counter productive to edit the header. It is better to not identify a spammer that to falsely identify some (any). I am not familiar with AquaMail, maybe other users have some experience with that mail app and can help. The header in your link is "confused." I don't know if this is due to the way you submitted the spam, your mail app or mis configuration by the spammer. A cleaner example would be a better place to start.
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