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For the last coupe of weeks, i’ve been getting tons (10 per day) of spam emails from different IP’s from ovh.net (Administrator of network where email originates) and cloudfare.com (Administrator of network hosting website referenced in spam).  (FYI: I use AirMail as my e-mail client.: http://airmailapp.com )
 
I’ve done many reports through SpamCop but haven’t seen any results. Are they ignoring the reporting? Is SpamCop working? Is there anything else that can be done?
 
* Attached are the reports I have done.
 
Thanks for all of your help :)
 
- George

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Unfortunately only you can see the spam reports referenced by the 10 digit report number. If you would have provided the Tracking URL we all could see the action taken.

3 hours ago, georgestama said:

Are they ignoring the reporting?

Yes, I'm afraid they are.

 

3 hours ago, georgestama said:

Is SpamCop working?

Yes.  SpamCop of course can not directly block any spam.  SC does create a block list (SCBL) that, if used by (your) ISP, can be used to filter emails delivered to your inbox that are from IPs know to be spammers.  In the hope that the manager of the source IP is a "good" member of the internet community SC also sends a spam Report to them so they can work to stop the spam coming from their IP.  Of course if the revenue from the spammer is more important than good citizenship, they will not take responsible action.

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kolor you will have to explain more completely what you mean.

Looking at the link you provided, currently that IP address has a "spam level" of none for today and last month.  Today the IP has a email level of 0.0 for today.  Although the IP does have an email reputation of "poor" but many not be on any current block list because it has timed off the list.

For how the SCBL works go to https://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/297.html and scroll down to "How the SCBL Works" and " SCBL Rules "

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18 hours ago, georgestama said:
I’ve done many reports through SpamCop but haven’t seen any results. Are they ignoring the reporting? Is SpamCop working? Is there anything else that can be done?
 

Try adding "cert-fr.cossi@ssi.gouv.fr" to report can't read French buy maybe a Canadian can? Also give tracking URL OVH have gone back to being  blackhat
https://www.cert.ssi.gouv.fr

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Almost there, but not quite. Most of us won't be able to view those reports. The tracking URL that's more useful to the rest of us typically appears below this:

SpamCop v 4.8.7 © 2018 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Here is your TRACKING URL - it may be saved for future reference:

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6 hours ago, georgestama said:

phishing spam I would also attack rhe URL

http://trk.bestschoolguide.com/campaigns/bk12218xfw81e/track-url/er221nbtj4141/6bc357f9cb098f50b5608061a558cf3605577d04

104.18.63.84 abuse@cloudflare.com

redirects to 
http://www.indiabullsventures.com/AQGEN/

115.112.249.189 4755abuse@tatacommunications.com

 

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