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  1. Mail arriving here as well - but only a heap of update notifications from this forum so far.
  2. From http://mail.spamcop.net/news.php: SpamCop Email System News Mar 7, 2014 [15:29 EST] We are working on an issue sffecting inbound mail. Sorry for the invonvenience. Twitter: Cesmail Status â€[at]Cesmail_status We are working on a problem which is affecting inbound mail. Full service will be restored soon. 12.31 - 7. mar. 2014
  3. When attemtping a manual SMTP to connection to mx.spamcop.net, I am not even able to connect to the server. A SMTP connection to mx2.spamcop.net seems to work, email is accepted (the server takes some time to respond, though), but it has not arrived in my inbox yet.
  4. This morning, I have got no email via my spamcop.net address since yesterday. Email sent to my SC address is configured to being forwarded to a Gmail account, email sent directly to the Gmail address works flawlessly. I ran a test of spamcop's MX servers via mxtoolbox.com, this indicates that the primary server (mx.spamcop.net, 64.88.168.74) is failing to connect. Anyone else with similar problems?
  5. In the last few days, some of my legitimate mail is being placed in the "Held mail" folder, tagged as having triggered my personal blacklist. This is strange, as this list is empty and have been so for several months. Any suggestions on how to fix this? I see no obvious connection between the blacklisted messages.
  6. Well, this is how my held mail looks at the moment: Hmmm. Maybe it is the same people behind most of the spam I get?
  7. Over the last weeks, I have noticed something strangish. A very large proportion (90 % or more) of the (fake) e-mail addresses behind messages that end up in my Held Mail start with the letter "q". My filters work well, I get very few false negatives and false positives. Is it just me?
  8. A mail with these headers was held yesterday: Received: from unknown (192.168.1.101) by blade1.cesmail.net with QMQP; 13 Apr 2005 09:20:00 -0000 Received: from webmail4.activeisp.com (HELO mailweb2.web2000.activeisp.com) (213.188.134.20) by mailgate.cesmail.net with SMTP; 13 Apr 2005 09:20:00 -0000 Received: from servicemail.no (unverified [127.0.0.1]) by webmail.activeisp.com (Rockliffe SMTPRA 6.1.17) with ESMTP id <B0002383695[at]localhost>; Wed, 13 Apr 2005 11:19:59 +0200 Message-ID: <xxx[at]servicemail.no> From: <xxx[at]servicemail.no> To: xxx[at]spamcop.net Subject: xxx Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 11:19:59 +0200 X-spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 3.0.0 (2004-09-13) on blade1 X-spam-Level: * X-spam-Status: hits=1.9 tests=HTML_MESSAGE,J_CHICKENPOX_36,MIME_BOUND_NEXTPART,PRIORITY_NO_NAME version=3.0.0 X-SpamCop-Checked: 192.168.1.101 213.188.134.20 X-SpamCop-Disposition: Blocked bl.spamcop.net Neither 192.168.1.101 or 213.188.134.20 were listed when looking them up at http://mailsc.spamcop.net/bl.shtml, and the SpamAssassin score is well below my treshold. What is happening here...?
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