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Somehow, this particular type of spam seems to confound Spamcop. I get a mailhost configuration problem when reporting via email. Reconfiguring my mailhosts does nothing to improve this.

This spam seems pretty sophisticated in that it shows up with full pictures on my phone yet looks like weird text in Outlook preview (images disabled).

The source IP appears to be: 82.147.70.59 which goes back to a Russian provider.

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6640595520za6b456852b82bb903ea1937266b051bbz

 

 

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1 hour ago, Sven Golly said:

The source IP appears to be: 82.147.70.59 which goes back to a Russian provider.

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6640595520za6b456852b82bb903ea1937266b051bbz

82.147.70.59 seems the guilty party 
Check your mail hosts setup by clicking the "Mail hosts" TAB when you log into SpamCop.
to many received lines in header 
your provider one is your email server 185.76.64.62

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On 7/4/2020 at 1:32 PM, Sven Golly said:

The source IP appears to be: 82.147.70.59 which goes back to a Russian provider.

The only problem I can see is the missing date and something weird with the third received line.  But then you probably have this resolved by now with the mailhosts tab.

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For some reason, I could not change my mailhosts to accommodate my provider. A SpamCop admin gave me an exemption which worked for a bit but now I'm faced with a new problem. Again, I think it's probably due to the number of different servers our webhost uses. "Mailhost configuration problem, identified internal IP as source" yet reading the headers, it seems to come from outlook.com (aka Microsoft / hotmail /365)/)

I noticed that they frogged my domain (geldner.com).

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6643253727zd5ae1bdabed33c527117d9381682d770z

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46 minutes ago, Sven Golly said:

For some reason, I could not change my mailhosts to accommodate my provider. A SpamCop admin gave me an exemption which worked for a bit but now I'm faced with a new problem. Again, I think it's probably due to the number of different servers our webhost uses. "Mailhost configuration problem, identified internal IP as source" yet reading the headers, it seems to come from outlook.com (aka Microsoft / hotmail /365)/)

I noticed that they frogged my domain (geldner.com).

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6643253727zd5ae1bdabed33c527117d9381682d770z

2a01:111:e400:7ebd:0:0:0:51 abuse[AT]microsoft[dot]com
If your email is going through a internal network it's hard to report?

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18 hours ago, Sven Golly said:

Again, I think it's probably due to the number of different servers our webhost uses.

I am not sure if this is the issue because I have a juno account on my mailhosts with 179 webhosts and I don't have any problems with it.

18 hours ago, Sven Golly said:

Looking at your tracking URL, the Received: lines appear to be out of order.

Received: from outlook by outlook
Received: from exhangelabs by reliablemail
Received: from exhangelabs by exchangelabs
Received: from exhangelabs by outlook
Received: from reliablemail by reliabledns
Received: from reliableedns by reliabledns

In searching the forums, the first thing that popped up was an outlook issue:

https://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/122.html

Are you using outlook?  (Apparently there don't have issues with outlook express, only outlook.)

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