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  1. Lking

    SC parse incomplete

    Moved from <Geek/Tech Things>
  2. As an example I offer the spam posted on this spam fighting forum.
  3. As RobiBue suggest for some reason your address may have removed from their database. That would of course imply a though process on the part of the spammers. Actions by your ISP is 'between you and your ISP' Much to the puzzlement of my host/ISP i have all email filters bypassed/turned off.
  4. This forum "New Feature Request" is the correct vehicle to pass suggested changes to the SpamCop tool. All suggestions are evaluated and prioritize based on its value to the objectives of SC.
  5. Lking

    Abbreviations/acronyms

    Upon rereading with more sleep do up me "acronym"?
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    Abbreviations/acronyms

    Done. HTH
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    Abbreviations/acronyms

    According to Samuel Morse "S"
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    SCF Email notification/s

    With the email column in 1) set to on take a close look at the options when you "follow" a thread. Not sure what the problem is. MM is an ordinary newbie "Members" not even an "Membera" as you are and MM gets emails. There is no way the system can relate my two accounts the emails are in different domains. ~~ No one is going to do the traffic analysis and notice that both emails use the same IP (we share an ISP) or that the two domains have the same IP (I have both domains on the same host/VM). I can not see your account settings so I am some what limited to suggestions.
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    SCF Email notification/s

    I can not speak to your expectations in general, however in this case your expectations are not the issue. I was trying to say that mail notification is working for MM, however some times the deliver is slow. I would suggest a couple of things 1) turn on all the notifications and then save at the bottom of the screen. 2) check junk folder for <noreply{AT}spamcop.invisionmanaged.net> the source of the notifications. Testing takes coordination (or patience) sense you do not get notification of your own post. Testing in this thread is a bit of a clutter. Suggest 1) above and the check the options when you follow an active thread.
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    SCF Email notification/s

    Good idea. You may notice a third poster in this thread? Just to be sure you have check all you notification settings. 1. Top right of screen, click on your login name and pick <Account Settings> from the drop down menu 2. In the right 1/3 of the SETTINGS window under "Other Settings" select <Notification Settings> 3. Scroll down past the first <SAVE> and look at your selected option. You will notice that in some cases when you mouse over an option you will see "The administrator has disabled..." When I started looking, I didn't remember seeing this before.
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    SCF Email notification/s

    I did receive the following email
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    SCF Email notification/s

    Yes the notification system does work. I receive several admin types for example when someone reports a spam or when someone makes a post that needs to be approved, I am notified. In the passed bulk notification has been sent when the forum will be down for maintenance. Which notice are you looking for? I will try to see why it is not working for you.
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    How i delist my domain?

    The IP will automatically be delisted in ~20 hrs when I looked. Did you follow the link https://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=blcheck&ip=192.185.46.109 in the page you referenced? I would also suggest you contact your ISP to see if others share that IP. If so others could be the cause of the listing. In either case, you should review your operation.
  14. Guess your are just lucky(?)
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    FaceBook and spam

    When I got back from my road trip last week (hours alone with little to do but think) I started reporting to Facebook links in forum spam here. And it has an impact! If you get here before I do in the morning you may have noticed some of the forum spam includes a link to a Facebook page i.e. "https:/ /facebook,com/somepage/1234567899" or the like. I login to FB, and past the link into my browser. On the spammer's FB page there is a "Feedback" option so I report the page as spam. Never going back I had no idea if it had an effect Today there were two FB links to the same page. I reported the first one and when I went back the second time several minutes later, the page was " currently not available"!!! I feel good today.
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    FaceBook and spam

    I don't know could be a difference in browsers. When with Windows/FireFox I look at a FB post I see 3 dots in the upper right corner of the post. Clicking on those and I get a drop down menu that includes <Give Feedback on this post> Then I get Then I click on the <spam> button. <Scam & Fake pages> could be just as good. In either case someone there will look at it and dump the trash
  17. If you know the correct/a better abuse address for this IP then the "Routing/Routing Address Issues" sub forum would be the correct place to post the results of your research. I thought your post was questioning that fact that the spam Report went to @devnull.spamcop.net
  18. From the parser output you linked APNIC is an " Internet that serves the entire Asia Pacific community. " Guessing they would get more spam reports that they would bother to process. I APNIC is not going to fix the problem, why should spamcop wast the bandwidth or clutter the web with a report that will be put in the bit bucket. To directly answer you question, this is not an error it is a decision not to sent a report. Do note that your submitted spam does feed the SCBL (Using ... for statistical tracking.)
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    When is a bug a bug

    Yes she did. Coming from assembly language & FORTRAN I always thought COBOL was verbose "(self documenting" aside).
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    When is a bug a bug

    Fun fact: "The first computer bug was a moth" In 1980 when I met Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, then 74, one of the stories she told was about the "First computer bug." During WW II the (US) Navy assigned her to work on/program the Harvard Mark 1 computer. She said one of her jobs was to maintain the maintenance log. (I guess in 1940s that wasn't a sexist blunder). She reported that one morning while fixing one of the frequent failures, a moth was found in one of the may (mechanical) relays. She documented the failure and the fix "taping the bug in the log."
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    rir-abuse{AT}oath{DOT}com

    This thread has gotten out of hand. I am locking the thread so everyone has an opportunity to take a deep breath. We try to keep this forum civil. Strong feelings about a subject, the facts and opinions are understandable. Please keep opinions about other members of this forum to your self. They are not appropriate here (Positive views, thank yous are acceptable). As for the comment(s) that may have gotten the whole thing off the track: As moderator, based on the Subject I did move the OP to "spam purgatory" where I read the post and then moved the post back to the Lounge.
  22. Fake it tell you make it. But we diverge from the OP
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