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  1. If a message that you didn't send gets bounced back to you, that probably counts as a misdirected bounce. I agree with LKing: if you are able to provide a tracking URL, we might be able to assist in your analysis of what's going on. I'd suggest that it's probably better to report the misdirected bounce rather than the message that was bounced. The bounce/NDR/DSN is spam you received, and the bounced message is the intended recipient's spam.
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    MailChimp Appears to Be White Hat

    Not so sure here about the "remembering" of domain names either, but still a good message to get out there!
  3. Delays in reported spam finding its way to spamcop triggers a vague recollection of something similar happening with me from time to time, usually when reporting via Hotmail/MSN/Outlook or Yahoo. I usually attribute it to the luck of the draw when a relatively large email provider's systen goes about organizing its outbound mail queue. What I usually imagine happening is that sometimes the email I send hits an outgoing server with a light load, and sometimes it hits an outgoing server with a heavier load.
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    How can I see why we've been listed?

    My $0.02: It depends on how the filter is set up. With quick reporting there would be a risk of reporting legitimate mail by mistake without the chance to click "cancel" that regular reporting provides.
  5. Cheers. Having noted evidence of progress getting things sorted out, I might go lie on the couch with some coffee.
  6. As noted in this thiread I managed to get in long enough to discover that the email address associated with my reporting account was supposedly bouncing, but resetting the bounce flag and resetting the email address to one with another provider didn't happen. Life off the internet is calling, so I'll check in later.
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    Error trying to report held mail

    Hmmmm.... interesting. Managed to log in to www.spamcop.net, but got a "500" error. Then went to www.spamcop.net only to get told that the yahoo-hosted email address was bouncing..... /me wanders off to reset my preferred contact email address for reporting to one with a different provider, on the off chance that Yahoo is not playing nice with Spamcop and thus confusing matters at my end. edit a few moments later: bounce reset and email reset not happening for me at the moment, due to issues at Spamcop's end. Time to wander off in search of a coffee. edit 2: Must be time to find something else with which to keep myself occupied while things are being sorted out. edit 3, about 2&1/2 hours later: Managed to reset the bounce flag, submitted some spam (via quick reporting) which seems to have been accepted for processing, but which is currently showing "No reports filed"
  8. I'm not sure if something has changed at Yahoo's end or at Spamcop's end, but previously functioning mailhost configuration for a couple of Yahoo's email accounts I have seems to be causing a problem. On the assumption that something might have changed at Yahoo's end, I deleted the mailhosts for the Yahoo accounts and tried reconfiguring, only to be informed as follows: Following the link results in the following being displayed: Currently no sign of the Yahoo-based mailhost. The email domans affected are yahoo.co.nz, xtra.co.nz and ymail.com edit: mutter mutter, messed up BBCODE tags!
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    Error trying to report held mail

    I'm not in a position to comment on the "Spamcop Email" side of things, but have noticed that something doesn't seem right at the www[dot]spamcop[dot]net end of things. I hadn't noticed the graph until now.
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    Error trying to report held mail

    There seem to be some issues: http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=14160
  11. Just had a quick look: agreed, something doesn't look right here. It looks to me like there was a problem processing the information needed to display the banner and other information that normally appears at the top of the page.
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    Yahoo Headers

    It's Yahoo. Need we say too much more?
  13. I'm not sure that I understand your question and why it's in the "Mailhost configuration of your reporting account" section of the forum. Some more information on what you're trying to do might be useful to those who want to help.
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    How can I see why we've been listed?

    You might want to consider an ISP account: have a look here: http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/94.html
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    How can I see why we've been listed?

    If you're provider has been nice to you, there might be a link you can visit mentioned in the bounce message. Failing that, you might be able to find out some of the information you need by visiting http://www.spamcop.net/bl.shtml
  16. I've noticed several emails arriving via Yahoo that have the "Received: from 127.0.0.1" and that seem to be a bit off. If it's Yahoo putting those lines in, should they really be referring to 127.0.0.1, which I interpret to mean "received via Yahoo", when other information in the line suggests "received from someone other than Yahoo"?
  17. The mention of Spamhaus triggers a recollection for me of having seen them mentioned in an NDR sent to an email address hosted by Yahoo a few years ago, but I think Yahoo's made some changes since then.
  18. When doing a quick check on a handful of blacklist lookup web pages I found no listings in any blacklists, not even the SCBL. A check of http://www.senderbase.org/ showed a "good" reputation. I'm inclined to think that what's happening has no direct connection with Spamcop. I notice that Yahoo has been mentioned. All I'll say is that they have a way of doing things which annoys me at times.....
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    serverhub.com

    If nothing else, continuing to report emails with a serverhub.com connection will help keep them in sight of the processes which feed the SCBL.
  20. From what I see here, it seems to me as well that Yahoo received an email from Google. The reference to 127.0.0.1 somehow seems out of place to my tired eyes. I've seen similar referneces to 127.0.0.1 in mail I've received via Yahoo.
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    Yahoo Headers

    I'm not surprised either. I'm sure that among the regular users of Yahoo services (?) who come here, volumes could be written, but that's another story.
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    Yahoo Headers

    Thank you for the update. I'll have a cup of coffee in anticipation of a speedy outcome that everyone can work with.
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    Parsing error

    That's a possibility I thought of. I gave up trying to report spam directly to Yahoo several years ago as a bad joke.
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    Parsing error

    I have the exact same problem with email coming via Yahoo, and initially thought I'd somehow messed up my mailhost configuration (see here). I'm glad I'm not imagining things! Hopefully between us we'll be able to come up with something useful that will help the gurus track down what's going on. edit: here's a tracking link for one of the emails I've been unable to report: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z5887732728z4...85db62b0aa5eb9z
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