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When I submit a spam, either forwarded as an attachment or with full text pasted into the box, the parse goes no  further than "Parsing header:".  No "Report spam" or other button is shown. Example:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6555638759zce8ca756ddbb272131813a1b95647e30z

This does not happen with all spams.

Clever spammer trick to foul SpamCop's machinery, glitch in said machinery? Anyone have an idea?

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10 minutes ago, Spamnophobic said:

When I submit a spam, either forwarded as an attachment or with full text pasted into the box, the parse goes no  further than "Parsing header:".  No "Report spam" or other button is shown. Example:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6555638759zce8ca756ddbb272131813a1b95647e30z

This does not happen with all spams.

Clever spammer trick to foul SpamCop's machinery, glitch in said machinery? Anyone have an idea?

looks like a network receiving email
95.213.181.165  abusexselectel.ru

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Spamnophobic said:

parse goes no  further than "Parsing header:".  No "Report spam" or other button is shown.

Example:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6555638759zce8ca756ddbb272131813a1b95647e30z

Anyone have an idea?

Hello Spamnophobic.

(copied the data you presented) parsed using an account with NO MAILHOSTS configured: Using: Google Chrome, Version 75.0.3770.100

Result:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6555657794z82d109368beb200e75fa28bbd587002dz
 

Does the SC account used have MAILHOSTS configured?

Please let us know?

Thanks & cheers!

 

Edited by MIG

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Hi MIG and everyone, I cleared all unreported spam, re-registered my mailhosts (with success confirmations from SC) and submitted the spam again. Unfortunately with the same result:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6555694630za30fc845e6b4850c08edbf9f896ce578z

As this is a potentially "live" submission I will clear it after everyone has had a chance to look at it.

It had been a long time since I last registered my mailhosts, and DDS may well have introduced new hosts, especially as they have been taken over by TransIP group and Combell Group recently.

Thanks to all for your help.

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Standing by to clear this submission in the next 5 minutes now ...

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7 hours ago, Spamnophobic said:

Standing by to clear this submission in the next 5 minutes now ...

Hello Spamnophobic, 

G🦗H was 😴, fortunately, the data was still there, again I copied the raw data, made no changes, parsed with the account with NO MAILHOSTS, result:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6555951941z54ade950d9ab7371fd82381b0cebc409z

Re:  "DDS may well have introduced new hosts", is it possible to contact DDS, ask them to provide you with a current list of MAILHOSTS? 

If, after comparing to the hosts you've confirgured, there's no discrepancy, it might be worth asking SC Admin, to assist?(recently, one of our friends here, Hank, had a problem that was only able to be solved by SCA).

Please keep us in the loop, we're interested.

Cheers!

G🦗H

 

 

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On 6/21/2019 at 7:54 AM, Spamnophobic said:

Hi MIG and everyone, I cleared all unreported spam, re-registered my mailhosts (with success confirmations from SC) and submitted the spam again. Unfortunately with the same result:

Spamnophobic, The problem seems to be the existence of a dot at the start of the hostname that seems to be stopping the parser, as can be seen by the other forum link below.

It appears to be the following line:

Received: from localhost (127.0.0.1) by .z2bozghMJqWR3w@amazonses.com

Sounds like your options are to submit without mailhosts, or to just remove that dot before you submit.

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Fortunately this spammer is kindly supplying plenty of spam which I can use for test purposes ((:-)((:-). I removed all dots before the lines you quoted, but the problem still persists. I pin my hopes on a reply from SC admin, and otherwise will just have to bitbucket all this technically deficient (:-) spam.

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7 hours ago, Spamnophobic said:

Bitbucket all this technically deficient (:-) spam.

Hey Spamnophobic, 

If after SCA fix, the issue remains unsolved, within the bounds of what's tolerable, please keep posting failed parses? 

There is a reason/s and a solution/s, it's just (collectively) we haven't cracked it, even more more frustratingly, when we think we have, someone comes back with a "fix not working" post.... 

Cheers!

G🦗H

Edited by MIG

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