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  1. Hi, Thanks for advice but am still having the same problem. Have re-confirmed this mail acount, but have got another spam from this source. "elder deliveryblue" is not a mail server associated with my mail, so this must be a forgery. However, the mailhost before this "ml-relay1.kcl.ac.uk" is not. Any further thoughts on what I can do? Previous contributors have suggested reporting this to 'deputies' - I am not sure how to do this. Tracking URL is http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1376165259ze...6da1c05f69cb1fz Thanks Will
  2. Thanks, sorry, I am quite a newby at this. Tracking URL is http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1363802510zb...fdcc7b2632ee61z However, I can't see what this will show (other than No source IP - but there was in the orignal message) BW Will
  3. Hello, I have a university mail account that uses an outiside spam filtering system. However, when spam gets through this, I am unable to report this spam using spam cop. It appears to be becuase the external spam relay is not listed in the Mx record for the account, and therefore spamcop is rejecting everything after this line as a forgery, and so finds no origin for the spam. How can I get around this?
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