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We of course do not know when it became listed on spamcop and if recently, mirrors could be out of sync.

If there are no reports of ongoing objectionable email from this system it will be delisted automatically in approximately 23 hours.
I think the max length is 24 hours so it may be just listed on spamcop.

The Brazil issue has been noted here for a while now.

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We of course do not know when it became listed on spamcop and if recently, mirrors could be out of sync. 

I think the max length is 24 hours so it may be just listed on spamcop.

The Brazil issue has been noted here for a while now.

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I looked and that IP is a regular on the SCBC

Today Brazil leaks through

http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z825178770zc4...ced3047179be57z

IP 201.9.200.222

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http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z828987368z50...701ef5c4d03d35z

200.140.54.197

COMITE GESTOR DA INTERNET NO BRASIL

block

200.140.48.0

to

200.140.59.255

This is telling me that either the Brazil blocklist is disabled or not configured correctly

All Brazilan spam is now only stopped by Spamassassin, My blacklist "BR" or the SCBL!

Much is caught by these but NEVER block Brazil?

Please check that our WebMail block Brazil is working

Edited by petzl

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Since you have not mentioned it in a while (if at all), I again pointed JT to this thread asking for a comment. Will let you know if/when I get a reply.

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Since you have not mentioned it in a while (if at all), I again pointed JT to this thread asking for a comment.  Will let you know if/when I get a reply.

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I did the same on the 7th and 20th.

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I did the same on the 7th and 20th.

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Just interested in what the method is now for capturing spam

It may be that no information is best policy I can accept such, but if the blocklist is dead turn it off

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Just in...Reply to my query from JT:

Thanks, I have re-enabled the blacklist, which was disabled because of previous problems with it on their end.

Jeff

Let us know your results.

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Just in...Reply to my query from JT:Let us know your results.

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SpamCop email has/is agian returned to being 100% effective for me (so far) thanks

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The first to get through from Brazil in a long time?

http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z898345439z0c0bb02e0d7681d93b2d96fa5493707bz

IP source

200.176.63.240

BRAZIL

COMITE GESTOR DA INTERNET NO BRASIL

Block IP range

200.176.48.0

To

200.176.67.255

Opps just noticed this creep used a whitlisted return address (sorry about that)

Edited by petzl

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