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[Resolved] Reports disabled for abuse[at]uol.com.br ?

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Reports for UOL have been disabled for quite some time. Anyone know the reason for this?

Routing details for 187.61.30.181

[refresh/show] Cached whois for 187.61.30.181 : security[at]uol.com.br

Reports disabled for abuse[at]uol.com.br

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Reports for them were turned off a long time ago.

I reinstated reports for them in hopes that things will go better now.

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- service[at]admin.spamcop.net -

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Reports for UOL have been disabled for quite some time. Anyone know the reason for this?

Routing details for 187.61.30.181

[refresh/show] Cached whois for 187.61.30.181 : security[at]uol.com.br

Reports disabled for abuse[at]uol.com.br

Using best contacts

Probably speaking to soon

I have Greylisting turned on. Which means spam that gets to my held folder should come only from a mailserver.

Brazil are the worlds leading spammers and abuse reports seem to be ignored!

If anything your email address is collected and sold to other Brazilian spammers.

SpamCop used to disable reports when deputies had evidence this was happening.

As I use SpamCop email very rarely does spam get through,

I have recently added "postmaster[at]ip address" to abuse report

Seems to be working?

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...I have recently added "postmaster[at]ip address" to abuse report

Seems to be working?

Would expect it to work vide rfc 1123 or whatever is current these days, provided square brackets are placed around the IP address - but I am unable to verify if it actually works, or even if it should unless the IP address was a mail server or otherwise authorised for SMTP.

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Would expect it to work vide rfc 1123 or whatever is current these days, provided square brackets are placed around the IP address - but I am unable to verify if it actually works, or even if it should unless the IP address was a mail server or otherwise authorised for SMTP.

The square brackets is not necessary. Used to do this but Julian found without worked just as well.

This is a last ditch method of trying to inform about a rouge user of a Mail server.

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FWIW, "LHS[at][10.10.10.10]" is called a "domain literal". We used to use it as a cc: way back when I worked on another fine BL, and I don't think we ever got a reply as a result.

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