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  1. KNERD

    Spamcop not x'ing my domain name

    I think it only looks for the email address in the headers.
  2. Nobody has every asked? I see they do have a mailing list. Maybe I can ask on there
  3. I did find an FAQ on spamming, but not very good https://www.arin.net/reference/materials/abuse/
  4. Let's hope so. It will make them do a little more research into who they are supporting. SpamCop also needs to step up as their service is losing its clout over spam, and is not strict enough on repeat abusers like Eonix.net, which has seems to have bought an ISP in Eastern Europe to avoid US spam criminal complaints. I have started getting daily spam from them
  5. But I am wondering how it can be done . I have complained before to ARIN, but no response
  6. Can this be done? Anyone from spamcop tried doing this for those offenders who just don't stop?
  7. Maybe instead get OpenVPN, or OpenVPN Connect. OpenVPN is completely open source and free, but like many open source projects, not the best docs. For OpenVPN Connect, two free users, but not fully open source, and has a yearly license for more than two users. It is easy to set up. Neither requires internet to use.
  8. It's better than 32+ hours without internet
  9. No need to fear https://www.starlink.com/
  10. KNERD

    Sendgrid reports dev'nulled?

    I think you mean SPAMGrid
  11. KNERD

    SpamCop approving spam!

    That sounds like a good plan
  12. KNERD

    SpamCop approving spam!

    At this point, I just do not believe in those block lists anymore. I feel the spamcop one is too light on reports (many offenders never even get on the list), and some others are too heavy (never forgets). I also feel some lists are compromised. One of them is SORBS. When I was using it, and making reports to spamcop, I would see the offender on the SORBS block list, but still making it into my inbox. Then one day I was wondering why I stopped getting legitimate emails from reputable big companies, I looked in the maillog to see they were being blocked by SORBS. I think the best thing to do if you are running your own email server, is to get a full blown server, and block the IP addresses yourself when you keep seeing spam coming from the same provider after sending many reports. A week ago, I had to rebuild my email server. On that IP address block was the massive IP range of EONIX.net. I have not blocked their IP addresses yet, as I seem to be no longer getting any more spam from that provider.
  13. Maybe try making a new account?
  14. I tried using the SORBES block list, but stopped after I noticed two things. When reporting spam, Spamcop would show the IP address is on the SORBES list, but still allowed to be sent to my server. The second thing was the SORBES block was blocking legitimate email not on their block list, PayPal, for example.
  15. From this tracking URL, I am getting It presented a "Report spam" button so I went ahead and clicked it
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