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3 hours ago, klappa said:

Shouldn't report_spam [at] hotmail [dot] com work? Spamcop uses that abuse address all the time.

Yes it may well work, but I'm suspicious it isn't, hotmail no longer exists

Edited by petzl

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19 hours ago, petzl said:

Yes it may well work, but I'm suspicious it isn't, hotmail no longer exists

Well, I still have my hotmail address and it works just fine. ;) but I agree, since M$ moved the hotmail accounts to outlook, they most likely got rid of those addresses, so if SpamCop redirects automatically to them, it should raise an eyebrow or two...

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With regard to ocn.ad.jp spam, my NTT contact just gave an update.  This guy is a hero!

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So, I looked in my trash box and found a couple abuse_support mailings were indeed filtered through my spam box.  I am uncertain whether this is due to an unregistered IP or due to gMail users reporting the useless abuse_support replies as spam.

Though useless, these mailings ARE NOT spam.  PLEASE avoid reporting any mailings that are not spam, especially when that mailing only occurs as the result of your having reported spam.

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On 9/28/2018 at 9:25 PM, Lking said:

Those involved in this thread need to keep in mind that the SpamCop forum is different than many other forums.  The objective here is to oppose spam, help others use the tool provided by SpamCop and provide others help in their efforts to keep spam out of their inbox and off the internet in general.

Meeting those purposes can be aided by keeping the level of civility high.  Please review your future post with civility in mind.

Agreed however my stalker wont stop and ignores the facts, also 99% of spam emails now are being sent to Hotmail when they're not sent from Hotmail........these are from other network(s) like 104.160.65.7

Edited by salfordian

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On 9/29/2018 at 6:25 AM, Lking said:

Those involved in this thread need to keep in mind that the SpamCop forum is different than many other forums.  The objective here is to oppose spam, help others use the tool provided by SpamCop and provide others help in their efforts to keep spam out of their inbox and off the internet in general.

Meeting those purposes can be aided by keeping the level of civility high.  Please review your future post with civility in mind.

Not sure who, in this thread, posted the info about the second "Received: from... etc" being used results for a more accurate analysis of the spam, pardon if I've not "explained" the rule/function correctly, but, whomever it was, one or more, you are legends! The information has totally solved the issues we've been having.

& while we're handing out cachets, Spamcop has & is resolving spam issues that have plagued our inboxes for years - grateful thanks to the entire SC Team!!

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