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  1. Hello, I randomly get "SpamCop could not find your spam message in this email" - and then the offending email is enclosed, with full headers and body. I am forwarding emails via cPanel. Can you help? Thanks!
  2. The spam with tracking URL https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6246572546z9a124429f6c8f92ebdeb5a0ab269ed34z shows a frequent phenomenon which seems to me to be a failure of the Spamcop engine to see abuse contact information that is clearly visible in the output of whois. In the example above, Spamcop claims in reference to the spam source: whois.ripe.net 194.226.26.13 (nothing found) No reporting addresses found for 194.226.26.13, using devnull for tracking. Yet, when I run (RIPE) whois 194.226.26.13 one of the first things in the output is this: % Abuse contact for '194.226.26.0 - 194.226.26.255' is 'ip-box@ripn.net' Usually, I can add the abuse contact that Spamcop is ignoring via the user notification (although in this case, it gets mysteriously stripped off). Why doesn't Spamcop see and use this information?