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  1. The report form[1] is truncated after Resolving link obfuscation The spam was nothing special, just a multipart with a base64 encoded quoted printable text/html, but the space in the decoded URL appears to have stopped the report form generation. Of course the browser will likely handle the URL fine. [1]
  2. Tracking URL: This spam contains URLs that are not getting reported but SpamCop is noting the following: Resolving link obfuscation HTTP:// Remove email parameters: HTTP:// HTTP:// Remove email parameters: HTTP:// HTTP:// I do not know what that means, but I have modified the links to not include anything at all other than the domain name and resubmitted it, it doesn't emit that message but it still won't send a report. If you put one of the sites directly into the report spam form and submit it to see what happens, it does in fact parse it and would submit a report. What's it all mean?
  3. It seems that Spamcop fails parsing URLs in Multipart spam. Since about a week or so if there is Multipart declared in the headers and the text/html with some URLs in the body Spamcop fails to see the URLs. Is there a problem?
  4. Two or three fields should be added to the form that would include the "Spamvertised" site links. Since Spamcop form is broken and no longer 'finds' links in the spam, the reporting is sort of useless. The sender of the email is not helping curb the spam. Follow the money trail to the actual cyber criminals involved. Serious spam reporters can follow redirects and get the actual sites responsible for the spam. THOSE are the links / URLs / hosts that need to go into the black hole. To avoid abuse of those fields, perhaps a second level of reporting volunteers who will utilize the "executive" form correctly. I know you're very paranoid about false positives, but in that effort, you're missing the real culprits.