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  2. I tried it, and submit button does not function
  3. Last week
  4. The article arrived yesterday, Looks good, big problem with most Chinese made glasses the frame attacks centres on your eyes with the SHARP ear handles! These ones are made for boofheads like mine
  5. *IF* you have a webmail Gmail account make spam as Phishing it then immediately disables that email. https://ibb.co/kBTDTmQ I did not report this as Phishing someone else did.
  6. Yes. All spam reported to SC feeds their SCBL
  7. Do the IPs get blacklisted by SC? As long as that happens I don't care what they do w/ them.
  8. You can also report Gmail users using https://support.google.com/mail/contact/abuse It's a bit of pain to complete, but hopefully Google takes notice of the reports.
  9. In my experience Google do act on reports made from your email account not from SpamCop
  10. There are several reasons to send reports to devnull. Several (6 i seem to remember) pass reports have bounced back to spamcop - So why send more? The admin on record has ask spamcop NOT to send spam reports. - Spamcop does not want to add to the email clutter. If they are not going to act on the report, just put it in the bit bucket, why use the bandwidth to send more report to the admin? There is strong evidence that the reported admin passes the report directly to the spammer. - Not good. Others I do not know what the situation is with google. But there is evidence here that google does nothing with the reports.
  11. Howdy all - I seem to recall this happening before, perhaps a couple-three years ago? https://members.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6723973700z580d8f6227bc283c1b918450a2e3c366z Spamcop reports for google spam is being /dev/null'd again. Since about 90% of the spam I receive comes from google's servers, this is not good. The submission always responds w/ something similar to this: Tracking message source: 209.85.210.170: Routing details for 209.85.210.170 [refresh/show] Cached whois for 209.85.210.170 : network-abuse@google.com abuse@google.com bounces (25774 sent : 16844 bounces) Using best contacts No reporting addresses found for 209.85.210.170, using devnull for tracking. Yum, this spam is fresh! Message is 0 hours old 209.85.210.170 not listed in cbl.abuseat.org 209.85.210.170 listed in dnsbl.sorbs.net ( 1 ) 209.85.210.170 not listed in accredit.habeas.com 209.85.210.170 not listed in plus.bondedsender.org 209.85.210.170 not listed in iadb.isipp.com Anyone have any idea what's going on? Gmail is so ubiquitous, it's impossible to firewall these IPs w/o upsetting a lot of people...
  12. I don't know. I sure hope so, although they'd investigate them just as they'd investigate the reports sent through SC.... of course, if the reports to google abuse bounce, then the chance is higher by submitting them manually and directly.
  13. All good. Does reporting spam emails manually to abuse@google.com result in the abuse team actively investigate reports sent to that address?
  14. My apologies. Due to the CSS misconfiguration of the forum I somehow overlooked that part. All good now
  15. Like I said, I also report the emails through the form on this site: https://support.google.com/mail/contact/abuse?hl=en&rd=1
  16. The problem is that abuse@google.com bounces (25774 sent : 16690 bounces) and that's why SC comes back with "no reporting address" If you want to report to google, you have to report manually through your email and not through SC.... I am thinking that those bounces created SC's latest submission hiccups.
  17. Is anyone having a problem reporting Gmail spam? The last 2 Gmail spams I've received have had SC come back with No reporting addresses found for 209.85.220.65, using devnull for tracking. I alternatively report the spam ton this site: https://support.google.com/mail/contact/abuse?hl=en&rd=1 Here's the tracking URL: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6723876118z2316e05022f73d38d77598da3bc5f84fz Steve
  18. I keep getting that and other errors too. If you re-send the spamreport again, it should work.
  19. Need a Tracking URL to look at Before you submit it's on page top expired example SpamCop v 5.1.0 © 2020 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Here is your TRACKING URL - it may be saved for future reference:https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6638897535zab568c7aa78b449e543f0c2ef2712cf7zSkip to Reports
  20. I believe the mail server is reaching its HDD limit, hence the SMTP 452 #4.3.1 errors. Somehow I think there is a cleanup job running in the background, but it is also possible that the server's HDD is starting to lose capacity due to corrupted sectors (this is just a thought, although it's feasible taking into consideration the age of the system...) and with that, even a cleanup job won't keep the system happy for long...
  21. What, if anything can I do to stop repeated spams originating from databank.com? Almost every span I receive (and report via spamcop) involves databank.com. Spamcop reports the email to abuse@databank.com and Level 3 Spamcop handling. This appears to have no effect. Any suggestions of what additional steps I could take would be appreciated. I've attached a screen shot of the typical addresses spamcop uses.
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  23. Hi I see again some error .May I know why it happened Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (7141290392.c52be1e2@bounces.spamcop.net, abuse@google.com): smtpFrom: mail From 7141290392.c52be1e2@bounces.spamcop.net: error (452 #4.3.1 temporary system error (12) )
  24. Excellent idea! Yes I have that option on my account and been using it as long as you as well. I'm glad my post helped. And yes this is my first time I've encountered any errors too. It's good that enough of us came here to post that they should hopefully be able to quickly track down the problem and fix it. I've not used the CC option in so long I had forgot it was there.
  25. in regard to the 452 #4.3.1 errors: the receiving smtp server is most probably at the end of free disk space here I would say that bounces.spamcop.net has reached its free HDD space (or the allocated space for the mail server) maybe @Richard W or @Lking could put in a word to the server's system admin to run a cleanup job (just a loud thought here 🖖)
  26. Just now. Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (7141114481.69a2861e@bounces.spamcop.net, abuse@quadranet.com): smtpFrom: mail From 7141114481.69a2861e@bounces.spamcop.net: error (452 #4.3.1 temporary system error (12) )
  27. I'm glad you posted this. Since the "report now" next to the unreported spam didn't let me send anything (it seemed to act like the reports had already been sent) and my report history showed reports had been sent, I figured the error was temporary and considered the spam reported. However, your post gave me the idea to set the option to cc me on all reports (not sure all accounts have this option). Of the reports I attempted to send today, the one that threw an error several hours ago is the only one for which the cc didn't show up. I think this issue is the first one I've seen (been using Spamcop over 20 years) where it was actually necessary to submit a spam again to get the reports to send. Then again, I could be forgetting! This gets even stranger: For the regular spam report, the error is 452, but for my cc the error is 550. (all or part of some addresses replaced with "..." just like i did in my previous post) Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (...@bounces.spamcop.net, report_spam@hotmail.com): smtpFrom: mail From ...@bounces.spamcop.net: error (452 #4.3.1 temporary system error (12) ) Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (...@bounces.spamcop.net, ...): smtpFrom: mail From ...@bounces.spamcop.net: error (550 No expected reply from SMTP) But wait, there's more: For two I reported about 1 minute apart, this is how the emails showed up: I wonder if some of SpamCop's servers' clocks are out of sync. I don't know if that would be enough to cause the errors, but here's hoping that something one of us says or does will result in an admin fixing this!
  28. Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (7141099200.0a1f0fd7@bounces.spamcop.net, cais@cais.rnp.br): smtpFrom: mail From 7141099200.0a1f0fd7@bounces.spamcop.net: error (452 #4.3.1 temporary system error (12) ) Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (7141099201.1ff50742@bounces.spamcop.net, mail-abuse@cert.br): smtpFrom: mail From 7141099201.1ff50742@bounces.spamcop.net: error (550 No expected reply from SMTP) Can't send report: smtpEnvelope (7141099202.79d13cdc@bounces.spamcop.net, comunica@dri.ufmg.br): smtpFrom: mail From 7141099202.79d13cdc@bounces.spamcop.net: error (550 No expected reply from SMTP)
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