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Azure.com spam: Ms replies to include Cert@Microsoft.com

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[My 1st post in the forum. Hi & welcome everyone. Bear with me, & please advise.]

I recently get a fair amount of spam via cloudapp.azure.com, e.g. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6699423967z2b421adc9bd78035ebe688751b3d8b50z

SpamCop forwards them to abuse@microsoft.com. Usually, after a few days I get a message from cdoccm@microsoft.com saying:

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Based on the information you have provided, this may have originated from an account hosted on Microsoft Azure.
We forwarded your complaint to the CERT team for review and action.
Should you encounter additional reports from the same IP, send them directly to Cert@Microsoft.com.

What do you recommend? Ignore the message? Ask SpamCop admins to include cert@microsoft.com? But is this addresse accepting truncated reports? I read elsewhere here in the forum they don't. However, reporting via http://cert.microsoft.com/ I find too cumbersome 😐

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31 minutes ago, xebeche said:

SpamCop forwards them to abuse@microsoft.com. Usually, after a few days I get a message from cdoccm@microsoft.com saying:

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There could be some old cache pointing to old information.  You might  want to try doing a "refresh/show" on the report to see if the address gets fixed.  If this does not help and if the deputies do not respond, I would suggest contacting the admins at deputies[at]admin[dot]spamcop[dot]net.

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