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SpamCop problem : CANNOT RESOLVE

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Over the past couple of days we've accumulated and reported 188 spams, all from the same cybercrime cartel, and only this morning discovered none were reported because "SPAMCOP CANNOT RESOLVE" the email.

Rather than a lengthy description, here's a screen that pretty much tells the story :

http://www.ugnn.com/safenetting/cannot_resolve.jpg

I can send the CODE of the offending spams if Spamcop would like to fix the problem

cannot_resolve.jpg

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>- only this morning discovered none were reported

The spam source was reported, but not the web URLs.

That is usually because the web host is doing some fancy DNS dancing, which makes the lookup too slow.

SpamCop is processing something like 1.5 Million spams a day. There is no time to wait on slow responses.

Maybe you could find an abuse address and send a complaint of your own.

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- service[at]admin.spamcop.net -

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Maybe you could find an abuse address and send a complaint of your own.

Hi, photoshop911,

...For what it's worth, GEEKTOOLS says:

Checking server [whois.crsnic.net]

Checking server [whois.ukrnames.com]

Results:

Service Provided By: Center of Ukrainian Internet Names

Website: http://www.ukrnames.com

Contact: +380.577626123

Domain Name: BIGPENILE.COM

Creation Date: 01-Mar-2012

Modification Date: 01-Mar-2012

Expiration Date: 01-Mar-2013

Domain servers in listed order:

ns1.mannyns.ru

ns2.mannyns.ru

Registrant:

Olga Golubeva o.golubewa2013[at]yandex.ru

ul. Pushkina 98 56

Barnaul, 656000

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

+7.3852784565

Billing Contact:

Olga Golubeva o.golubewa2013[at]yandex.ru

ul. Pushkina 98 56

Barnaul, 656000

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

+7.3852784565

Administrative Contact:

Olga Golubeva o.golubewa2013[at]yandex.ru

ul. Pushkina 98 56

Barnaul, 656000

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

+7.3852784565

Technical Contact:

Olga Golubeva o.golubewa2013[at]yandex.ru

ul. Pushkina 98 56

Barnaul, 656000

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

+7.3852784565

I'd guess the best bet would be to try the Center of Ukrainian Internet Names. Wouldn't be too hopeful, though.

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>- only this morning discovered none were reported

The spam source was reported, but not the web URLs.

That is usually because the web host is doing some fancy DNS dancing, which makes the lookup too slow.

SpamCop is processing something like 1.5 Million spams a day. There is no time to wait on slow responses.

Maybe you could find an abuse address and send a complaint of your own.

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- service[at]admin.spamcop.net -

define slow? and why the madcap need to report so instantly?

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define slow? and why the madcap need to report so instantly?

william_, the main purpose of SC is to list the sending sources of serious spam and the algorithm which adds such sources to the SCbl (the instrument for that purpose) once their spamming reaches the tripping point for listing gives greater weight to fresh evidence. Reports to the hosts are merely a courtesy by SC, not affecting that process at all (you have queried that in another topic) and the SCbl has nothing at all to do with "spamvertised links" one of which is the subject of this topic. SC sends courtesy reports to the hosts of those as well but that is all (unless asked not to and unless the resources for resolution would interfere with its main purpose which is - once more - dealing with the e-mail sending sources). An unrelated group, SURBL, uses some SC data about such sites (and other sources) to list spam websites on their own lists - see http://www.surbl.org/lists

You can find out as much detail about all of this as you could possibly wish should you care to look at the SC FAQs, the supplementary FAQs in this forum and/or the Wiki in this forum - as suggested in Start Here - before you make your first Post. This has been the short version.

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