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carl.wignall

Everything reported resolves to Hotmail

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Hi,  I've been reporting email via here for years with no issues, however everything i report now shows as originating from hotmail?

I have re-done the mail host thing but still no joy.

I have a few domains, which the incoming mail is all sent to a single inbox, provided by my ISP British Telecom, but actually provisioned by Microsoft somewhere. i just tried to send a mail from one domain to another and then use spamcop to lookup where it thought it came from.  it resolved to hotmail when it was definitely sent from 123.reg servers?

 

Help this it irritating, i'm getting tonnes of spam still but have nowhere to report it now!

 

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this is the resuly if i try to 'train' spamcop to my main doamin address now.  it used to work?

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host 2603:10a6:200:42:0:0:0:11 (getting name) no name
host 2a01:111:e400:7a67:0:0:0:14 (getting name) no name
host 2a01:111:f400:7e06:0:0:0:206 (getting name) = mail-ve1eur02lp0206.outbound.protection.outlook.com.
mail-ve1eur02lp0206.outbound.protection.outlook.com is 2a01:111:f400:7e06:0:0:0:206
Host am5pr0701mb2945.eurprd07.prod.outlook.com (checking ip) IP not found ; am5pr0701mb2945.eurprd07.prod.outlook.com discarded as fake.

Sorry, SpamCop has encountered errors:

The email sample you submitted for carl.wignall@elite-design-solutions.co.uk
appears to traverse more than one domain.  
Please ensure that you configure each mailhost individually and in order.

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I suggest emailing " deputies AT admin DOT spamcop DOT net "

 

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