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I am not able to configure a new mailhost. I think it is a parsing problem.

I copied the raw source of the e-mail sent by SpamCop to the mailhost configuration form.

SpamCop says:

The last address identified by your mail host was 195.114.XXX.XXX ().

This does not appear to be a spamcop.net address.

However the headers contain:

Received: from [94.30.32.13] by spamcop.net
	with HTTP; Fri, 13 Dec 2013 19:17:33 GMT

after the above address.

Is this a SpamCop address? Is there a better way to configure a mailhost?

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Hi, jido, and welcome to the SpamCop Forums!

...If no one comes by with any helpful suggestions in the next couple of days, please consider the suggestion in Pinned topic Mailhost Issues - please read before posting.

Edit by SteveT 13-Dec-2013 6:50 pm US Eastern Time: My post was made irrelevant by Don D'Minion's [spamCop Admin] authoritative reply, immediately below.

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>- Received: from prod-sc-www2.spamcop.net (mx3.ispfr.net [195.114.18.182])

>- by mx3.ispfr.net

The problem is that mx3.ispfr.net doesn't record the source IP when it gets email. It records the sending server's name, but inserts its own IP instead of the connecting IP.

You should ask your ISP to reconfigure the server.

I created a host for ispfr.net and added it to your account, but you won't be able to report the spam you get via ispfr.net until the ispfr.net server accurately identifies the source of the spam.

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- Service[at]Admin.SpamCop.net -

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