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  1. paul.hunt

    Missing Reports

    I'm not seeing them in the statistics.
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    Missing Reports

    For the past week or more, most of my submissions have gone missing. Example, today at about 1500 hours EST I submitted 12 reports (using Apple Mail Forward as Attachment) to submit.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx@spam.spamcop.net By 1615 only 2 had been processed. If today is like past days, the others will never be processed. Is there a problem? Thanks, Paul
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    Email Undelivered - timeout

    Nope. One recipient only.
  4. Does anyone else find this to be an odd error? Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 5.4.7 - Delivery expired (message too old) 'timeout' (delivery attempts: 0) Why would SpamCop never make any delivery attempts? I would think that would ensure a timeout.
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    Reporting problems today?

    Working fine right now. Speedy, in fact.
  6. paul.hunt

    Reporting problems today?

    Um, no. NOT working. Gateway Timeout The proxy server did not receive a timely response from the upstream server. Reference #1.da2f5cc.1341849273.9ecb439d
  7. paul.hunt

    Reporting problems today?

    Consistent timeouts are still happening: The proxy server did not receive a timely response from the upstream server.
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    [Resolved] My Host says I reported myself

    I heard from SpamCop and found the report in question (FWIW, searching for old reports could be made a lot easier by SC, IMHO). SC explained it very nicely. It appears that the report was mishandled by the hosting company that received it (theplanet.com). They treated it as a report on the source of the spam when in fact the report they received was referring to a spamvertized site. Since my hosting company, HostGator, uses theplanet's servers, theplanet reported to HG that I had reported myself as the source of the spam. Bottom line is that everything worked as expected at SC but that the report was subsequently mishandled. Thanks SC,
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    [Resolved] My Host says I reported myself

    Nope. Not blocking. They have asked me to resolve how this happened. If It happens again, I will have to disable my forwarding to SC. I emailed him at the address he provided. I guess I will remail that.
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    [Resolved] My Host says I reported myself

    No response from SpamCop as of 9 August
  11. paul.hunt

    [Resolved] My Host says I reported myself

    Information emailed 2 Aug.
  12. My domain host (HostGator) says that somebody spoofed my email address and that I reported myself through SpamCop. If I cannot resolve this, they will no longer allow me to forward my email to SpamCop. They claim SpamCop did not provide them with a reporting ID but they have provided with "logs of this email transaction" as well as "The reported spam message was attached below and sanitized for reporting. The Exim data:<snip> The only thing I could think of doing was searching my past reports for that date and 2 days following and looking for the email subject. It wasn't there. I thought I couldn't report myself. Now what? Thanks, Paul
  13. paul.hunt

    spam must have body text. It does!

    This is what follows the blank line: MIME-Version: 1.0 Sender: 3td9k.klw78[at]foredu.com.cn Reply-To: esz999[at]yahoo.com.tw Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2008 00:06:23 +0800 X-Mailer:Dynamailer V 8.4 X-MimeOLE:Produced By Mircosoft MimeOLE V6.00.2600.0000 Return-Path:esz999[at]yahoo.com.tw Interestingly I can't successfully paste the whole thing into anything but (Mac) Safari, (Mac) Firefox and Apple Mail. (Mac) Pages, (Mac) Word, (Mac) Dreamweaver, TextEdit - all drop the line "MIME-Version: 1.0" and substitute a second blank line. But if I start with "MIME-Version: 1.0", it pastes fine. I viewed the hex of the email. Starting at the last character of the last line of the header, "X-SpamCop-Checked: 69.56.174.194 200.252.96.20 61.59.12.183", we see 83 20 0A 0A 00 4D, with, of course, the 83 being the 3 and 4D being the M in Mime. So, if I understand what I'm seeing, the "MIME-Version: 1.0" line has a leadling null, which seems to break a lot of things. Hope this helps. Oh, yeah. And I can't paste that "MIME-Version: 1.0" line (unaltered) here in the forum and get it (or anything following it) to stick. It disappears when I do a "preview post". I have to delete that null even though I can't see it - nor does it occupy a visible position.
  14. paul.hunt

    spam must have body text. It does!

    I took your advice and finally tracked it down. It was in the blank line. There was no character there, not even one masquerading as a space, but I had to remove and replace that line to get it to go.
  15. paul.hunt

    spam must have body text. It does!

    Got it. Thank you. The "View entire message" shows it as ending: X-SpamCop-Checked: 69.56.174.194 200.252.96.20 61.59.12.183 But the paste went on and I can't make it stick here either; it pastes but doesn't show in preview if I try to include that "X-SpamCop-Checked" line above. That line was followed by a blank line, then: MIME-Version: 1.0 Sender: 3td9k.klw78[at]foredu.com.cn Reply-To: esz999[at]yahoo.com.tw Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2008 00:06:23 +0800 X-Mailer:Dynamailer V 8.4 X-MimeOLE:Produced By Mircosoft MimeOLE V6.00.2600.0000 Return-Path:esz999[at]yahoo.com.tw This is a multi-part message in MIME format --=_MoreStuf_2zzz1234sadvnqw3nerasdf Content-Type: text/plain; Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit EMBROIDERIES PATCHES*¨ë*¸* ¡[at] ¨ë EMBROIDERIES PATCHES FLAGS METAL BADGES" <snip>
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