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kolor

header spam is forgery

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47 minutes ago, kolor said:

Hi I would ask why this header spam is forgery .I don't understand it.

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6437918170z294e65b42160455928cf06f977708d99z

Gmail are not stamping headers right on one of it's servers?

The spam came from botnet

X-Originating-IP: [197.234.219.115] "netabuse [ at ] mtn.bj" 

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10 hours ago, kolor said:

If I inform Team Gmail they will fix it or not.

I would not hold my breath for gmail to fix the problem.  Their emails get delivered because most email apps try hard, in spite of errors, to deliver emails.  That is all gmail really cares about.  The fact that SC can not parse the header is not their concern.

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14 hours ago, kolor said:

f I inform Team Gmail they will fix it or not.

Can't hurt have told them about this myself via a forum?

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Ok who is charge fix it I will call or email to them .

 

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The fact that SC can not parse the header is not their concern.

 

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On 1/26/2018 at 2:08 PM, petzl said:

Gmail are not stamping headers right on one of it's servers?

 

5 hours ago, kolor said:

Ok who is charge fix it I will call or email to them .

If petzl is correct that gmail is not correctly following the email standards, gmail needs to correct their problem. I do not know who at gmail to contact.

It should be obvious that SC can not track and try to compensate for programing/logical errors made by all the ISPs and email applications used. 

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12 hours ago, kolor said:

Ok who is charge fix it I will call or email to them .

 

 

I tried Gmails forum and sent a unreportable spam to abuse@gmail.com 

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Tracking the spamertized links in the body of the spam is the lowest priority task for the parser. It is more important to use limited resources to identify the source of the spam to 1) feed the SCBL and 2) identify an abuse email address to send a spam report.

 

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