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  1. @petzl: Thanks for your response. I reported the error via Apple's feedback assistant. The feedback# given by Apple is: FB7387063 I hope I will get an answer. Michael
  2. Thanks for your comments, both @petzl and @Hanco. @Hanco: AltaMail is free of charge for 30 days only. After that it's 0,99$ per month. In the iOS-mail program - on the iPad only - there is/was an option to "convert" an eMail into an .eml-file (.eml-files can be handled by SpamCop, I tested this succesfully) as an attachment. With iOS13 this no longer works. The process of converting a Mail into the eml-format gets stuck and can only be cancelled (with no output unfortunately). How this works in iOS12 can be found here (in German only): https://www.iphoneblog.de/2018/02/27/ipad-e-mails-als-anhang-weiterleiten/ Unfortunately there seems to be a bug in the iOS13-version of Apple's mail program. Maybe this will be fixed some day. I keep looking. Any further suggestion is most appreciated. Thanks, Michael
  3. Hello, I wonder if you could help regarding this issue. I report spam mails using the "normal" reporting features provided by www.SpamCop.net via my Windows 10 notebook. To do so I extract mail-header and mail-body using Microsoft Outlook and paste the information in the respective fields on the SpamCop reporting page. But I do not have access to Windows and Outlook all the time. I would like to use the SpamCop reporting feature from my iPhone and iPad respectively, but found no way so far to do so. Besides the iOS Mail-services I use in parallel Outlook for iOS, but there is no way (at least I do not know any) to forward a spam-Mail as attachment to my SpamCop-Mail-Account (submit.xxxxxxx@spam.spamcop.net) to get it processed. Could someone please "open my eyes" and provide me with an instruction (or refer to solutions I did not find yet) about how to make possible what I tried to describe? Thanks in advance. Best regards, Michael (from Hamburg, Germany)
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