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  1. I get these all the time just report them this clown may miss out and get sent off to Guantanamo Bay!
  2. Contact "deputies [ AT] spamcop [dot] net"
  3. All you have to do is put in your email address after using/clicking Mailhosts tab, and spamcop will reply with a confirmation link. This not happening?
  4. petzl

    Need Help Asap

    Without a IP address no one can tell you anything, for all I know you or your IP (shared?) are sending email to spamtrap addresses? If you decide to give a IP address maybe someone can see how many abuse reports have been made?
  5. sales[at]ikoula.com isc on there web page also click phishing in gmail spam
  6. Seems sendgrid are dopey in not receiving reports, their customer has a compromised computer! These type spam warnings seem common! Always use a virus program Windows Defender is adequate and one paid for it when the bought windows. https://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=checkblock&ip=167.89.100.171
  7. petzl

    GMail problem.

    Gmail in it's header 2nd line is wrong Delivered-To: X Received: by 2002:a81:8744:0:0:0:0:0 with SMTP id x65csp819416ywf; Tue, 4 Dec 2018 08:29:10 -0800 (PST) Just cut that 2nd line out replace with truncated so it becomes then it parses fine Delivered-To: X truncated Tue, 4 Dec 2018 08:29:10 -0800 (PST)
  8. Only to YOUR email provider. The spammer already has your email addy anyhow,
  9. What are you talking about? I don't think you unde´╗┐rstand my initial question. It always sends to report_spam at hotmail dot com no matter what. Just forward spam as attachment from your email to abuse desk (not through SpamCop if there are parsing problems).
  10. petzl

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    Should work now until the abuse address changes and SpamCop does not have it "hard coded" as a abuse address.
  11. petzl

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    OK must be a long time-lag? I also refreshed cache ?
  12. petzl

    Any point in reporting spam from AMAZONAWS?

    The REAL abuse address is "ipmanagement[at]amazon[dot]com"
  13. Using "SysTools EML Viewer" freeware version but don't need one that complicated (notepad opens them but not with line breaks)
  14. Just send email to whatever the abuse address is for your email provider forward as attachment.
  15. It does but won't report on a IPV6 internal network address. SpamCop won't do this with a IP4 address either For IPV6 look-ups use
  16. petzl

    Failed to load spam header

    OK seems that link which did work has expired, 177.32.227.135 was a Botnet but not now although it has port 25 open. https://www.talosintelligence.com/reputation_center/lookup?search=177.32.227.135
  17. petzl

    Failed to load spam header

    need to see headers of spam
  18. petzl

    Failed to load spam header

    invalid hostname or IP address! need to see headers of spam
  19. That's who it belongs to. Abuse should not need detailed info. They can work it out and sort it out (theoretically) and block offending IP's from ever sending to hotmail! Gmail the same. This is a big real weapon against spammers/rouge networks that ignore abuse reports. SendSafe/CisCo just delete emails no spamtrap nothing and from what I have seen works perfectly.
  20. All one has to do is go to you SpamCop account put a IPV6 number in report box press "submit spam" and SpamCop will give a abuse address for it.
  21. SpamCop does handle IPV6? I don't use a Hotmail/Outlook account but read where Microsoft pointyheads obscure the source, pointing abuse back to them which should work with their "superdooper " ARC nonsense. Relying on their own lazy abuse department (the object is to obscure source IP) https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6501740491z127c9ce8f5531c397f9a64f4aa786df9z
  22. "cert [at] cert [dot] pl" tell them "abuse [at] man.olsztyn [dot] pl" are asleep at wheel "5.172.188.193´╗┐" seems a compromised email account probably a botnet sink. Need a SpamCop track (just 1 not dozens). Possibly bouncing spam to your email if in from address. http://www.man.olsztyn.pl/31-2/ found the polish web site for that email server it has email addresses on page
  23. Yes that's the way to report with SpamCop. But also forward as attachment to abuse addresses, In your case this becomes to complicated, just let SpamCop do it,
  24. Just put headers and body text instead bit harder though.
  25. The best is from where the spam arrived (forward as attachment), put offending IP in, if English speaking add note like botnet, etc. But report from SpamCop also, as SpamCop creates statistics and much more
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