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  1. petzl

    New email threat and processing shortfall

    Gmail spam you need to remove 2nd line in headers Received: by 2002:a17:906:8141:0:0:0:0 with SMTP id z1-v6csp1999137ejw; Track below in Gmail mark all spam phishing still report. Consider clicking unsubscribe they have your email anyhow https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6492803009zf0ca0f45eeb9c3f21f83b4240ceeb08fz
  2. Would help if you gave a SpamCop URL track for better advice
  3. I suppose SpamCop easily could but they don't? Gmail though shouldn't be saying email received from their network. Just mark/report any and all spam phishing which will make it pointless for spam to be sent there. I still report after marking it phishing.
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    misattribution

    11.1.0.1 Needs to go to "disa.columbus.ns.mbx.arin-registrations [at] mail [dot] mil" postmaster [ at] mail [dot]mil is a default address when SpamCop can't find one Russian spam? using a compromised email server 69.85.64.2 analyst [at] gvii [dot] net
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    how to report scam links

    If you can give a SpamCop tracking URL(top of reporting page before you submit) will get better advice.
  6. I suggest this method HERE And HERE Maybe someone has a better idea? [edit] prompted by appeal in another topic now pinned
  7. petzl

    source IP is wrong

    62.149.158.214 abuse@staff.xxx Still same black hat abuse address who don't care
  8. petzl

    source IP is wrong

    is where Gmail servers accepted the email from. spf=pass (google.com: domain of direttivo-return-6263-attilio.bongiovanni=gmail.com@pvi.it designates 62.149.158.115 as permitted sender) smtp.mailfrom="direttivo-return-6263-attilio.bongiovanni=gmail.com@pvi.it"
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    source IP is wrong

    Google/Gmail are playing silly buggers. the are putting in a network IP as a received point You need to remove the 2nd line so it leaves no space (or just put "truncated" in its place) Received: by 2002:aed:24f5:0:0:0:0:0 with SMTP id u50-v6csp3903022qtc; SpamCop will then parse it fine. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6490007164za1e5f4bb82209c71fb6fe63221171191z
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    Is Google even paying attention to Spamcop?

    Google/Gmail have requested SpamCop to send reports there. Trouble is this may now be a neglected legacy issue done so many years ago Gmail have forgotten?
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    Is Google even paying attention to Spamcop?

    The proper address is "network-abuse [at] google [dot] com" SpamCop have this sent to "abuse {at}" I mark spam as phishing then forward to "network-abuse [at] google [dot] com" direct from Gmail but use/report through SpamCop to give other options
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    E-mail reporting -- "No reports filed"

    I think "Quick" reporting is the same as "submit" reporting both require you to log-on to SC and press submit. But maybe you have a legacy account where "quick" still works as intended, I had to get a new email address when my SpamCop one had to be forwarded, requires one to have your mailhost/s working and approval by administration to enable, which "we" no longer have a admin.
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    E-mail reporting -- "No reports filed"

    "submit.whatever@spam.spamcop.nwt" still works. But "quick.whatever@spam.spamcop.nwt" won't do a quick report you must have a working reply address
  14. petzl

    E-mail reporting -- "No reports filed"

    Show a tracking URL? SpamCop no longer allows "Quick reporting" you have to OK each submission.
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    Is Google even paying attention to Spamcop?

    Reporting spam does work. If you could produce a SpamCop tracking URL it would make it more obvious what is happening.
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    Is Google even paying attention to Spamcop?

    make sure all spam you get in Gmail is marked phishing as well as reported.
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    ocn.ad.jp spam

    Yes it may well work, but I'm suspicious it isn't, hotmail no longer exists
  18. I have a problem with adding non-official abuse addresses without having a expiry date of say 12 months, then going back to the official one or it leads to bogus/expired abuse addresses!
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    SpamCop blacklisting

    SpamCop is more of a spam radar that lists when a certain number of spams are reported or hit spamtraps then delisted after 24 hours of spam stopping. A disclosure of IP/s concerned would give/ge better advice. If your customers are getting listed it is because they are spammers or not "best practice"? Your best practice would be to charrge your customers a US$100 for each spam report I take it you have enough sense to take their credit card details?
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    ocn.ad.jp spam

    So what are you doing? I in Gmail select "original message" then download save it to "Download" folder which is saved as "original_msg.txt" open that and remove 2nd line "Received: by 2002:a81:2f14:0:0:0:0:0 with SMTP id v20-v6csp1840286ywv;" do not leave a space. Copy and past that to your SpamCop processing box. and click "Process spam" button. That simple. Always click "report phishing" option for Gmail spam.
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    ocn.ad.jp spam

    The correct abuse address is now "abuse [ at ] microsoft [ dot] com", not "report_spam [at] hotmail [dot ] com" what do you mean by typing it in? Where should i type it in? already told and you replied you have that box
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    ocn.ad.jp spam

    Even if you type in abuse at homail SpamCop won't send it there, it will only go to "report_spam at hotmail dot com" because of it being program coded to do so
  23. petzl

    ocn.ad.jp spam

    Only when it is too late, the official Hotmail abuse address will be changed to repor_spam
  24. petzl

    ocn.ad.jp spam

    If SpamCop has a abuse @ address overridden by code it won't,
  25. I were thinking you may workout how to stop getting further reported|? You can't undo a report but you maybe able to stop getting more,
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