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  1. SpamCop continues to send more reports than spam submitted per statistics graphs at http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?...&page=stats since week 27.
  2. I find this is useful. For example, common URL for pill spam these days are in the format of http://??????.MEDIC????.ru/. SpamCop reporting address is heibaizhuli[at]yahoo.com.cn which I believe is spammers' e-mail address. I would send report to following addresses instead: postmaster[at]public.zz.ha.cn abuse[at]cnc-noc.net abuse[at]chinaunicom.cn spam[at]ccert.edu.cn
  3. Please see my earlier response to this at http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=81601
  4. While I hope so, I do not think so for following reasons: 1. Occasionally, I still experienced time out. 2. Occasionally, it still took more than 10 minutes to get a response for spam submitted via e-mail forwarding. 3. Statistics graph still show higher report sent than submitted, and it has been like this since week 27. See my earlier post at http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=81596
  5. May I have the direct URL to quick reporting in SpamCop FAQ?
  6. SpamCop has been working just fine for second full day.
  7. SpamCop has been working fine for me close to 24 hours now, no delay whatsoever, wonderful! Again, during entire up and down period, every single spam still got reported, just with delay up to 40 hours.
  8. Let me further clarify this as I was the first one discovered the e-mail address following "Forward your spam to:" has been changed as original post below: First, this only apply for users forwarding spam via e-mail. Second, this only apply if users save "Forward your spam to:" e-mail address in address book and using "Forward your spam to:" e-mail address saved in address book to forward spam by e-mail. Third, if users forwarding spam via e-mail are not getting response from SpamCop, please pay attention to the e-mail address following "Forward your spam to:" that may have been changed by SpamCop without notice. Finally, it is not exactly like "A new one was created and the old one deleted.". Instead, it may be changed without notice to user.
  9. Check to see if the e-mail address has been changed by SpamCop or not; mine has been changed. Old e-mail no longer get response from SpamCop.
  10. Forwarding spam via e-mail get process response back about half hour later. Trying to send report often get time out. Nevertheless, since day 1 of this slow down I still manage to report every single spam just with delay up to 40 hours as SpamCop does still work fine from time to time, just keep trying (with help of Perl scri_pt). By the way, I have just finished reporting all spam.
  11. Reports were sent promptly after clicking Report Now link. In contrast, forwarded spam via e-mail did not get response for processing for at least 20 minutes.
  12. No re-apply is needed, just start using the new e-mail address following "Forward your spam to:" please.
  13. Click "Report Now" link just now, got: SpamCop v 4.6.2.001 © 1992-2012 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Failed to load spam header: 5367301919 / 31873653b61bacd8b3aed9717872264d
  14. Got response back from SpamCop for spam forwarded timely. In contrast, SpamCop home page cannot be loaded, got following error messages just now: An error occurred while processing your request. Reference #97.1f4f32d0.1341842890.140da2 An error occurred while processing your request. Reference #97.1e4f32d0.1341843036.94368e
  15. Once started using new "Forward your spam to:" e-mail address, got spam processed timely. Reports have been sent promptly after clicking "Report Now" link. Consequently, I have cleared all backlog. Reports did get delay as much as 40 hours. Nevertheless, all spam were reported since delay began about a week ago. Do you get a response from SpamCop for spam forwarded by e-mail? If not, watch for new "Forward your spam to:" e-mail address.
  16. Everyone except spammers please note: The e-mail address following "Forward your spam to:" may have been changed, please start using new e-mail address immediately. Using old "Forward your spam to:" e-mail address will not get a response back from SpamCop.
  17. If spam is more than 48 hours old, no report would be sent. This is another reason why the number of reports sent is less than the number of spam submitted. If you meant for a brief moment once reports can be sent there could be more reports sent than spam submitted for submitted spam less than 48 hours old that could not be sent earlier. This cannot be the case for following reasons: 1. You would see a lot more spam submitted than reports sent if any prior to reporting working again. 2. The sum of reports sent must be less than spam submitted over the whole down and up time period.
  18. That is not possible due to users click "Report Now" link get time out, no report is sent as a result. When it did not get time out, reports were sent right away. Without users click "Report Now" link, SpamCop does not send report out by itself. To sum up, SpamCop response is always in real time. Users forward spam via e-mail would get a response upon processed, no process, no e-mail response, likewise for web form submission. In other words, SpamCop does not and cannot response without processing spam. Similarly, SpamCop would not state report sent but actually sending report later.
  19. If you take a look of all SpamCop statistics graphs at http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?...&page=stats you would know one spam can only have one report while identical report could be sent to more than one e-mail address. If user fails to click "Report Now" link with 48 hours of spam to send report, no report would be sent for the spam.
  20. Looking at SpamCop statistics graph at http://members.spamcop.net/spamgraph.shtml?spamweek I noted that since Wednesday, July 4, 2012, reports sent have been higher than spam submitted that should not be happening as if there was no spam submitted, how could there be a report sent? Now, I doubt there was a DDoS. Instead, it appears that reporting servers have been compromised, sending reports without spam submission.
  21. Forwarding spam via e-mail got response with delay but still acceptable. On the other hand, unable to report them due to time out for past 24 hours. Gateway Timeout The proxy server did not receive a timely response from the upstream server. Reference #1.6f961645.1341795416.741077e
  22. I experienced the same. As a result, I resubmitted via the web form and all got reported promptly. I just submitted a batch of spam via e-mail, everything is normal and fine. To sum up, during entire up and down period, I am still able to report all spam I received with 48 hours, just with hours delay.
  23. You may get an error message from time to time. Nevertheless, if you try later, it will be just fine. My spam age were up to 21 hours old. Now, it is down to about 7 hours old. I certainly improve a lot. Yet, it is normal as I usually can report spam within 3 hours.
  24. It appears to me that SpamCop has been normalized for past few hours. All backlog has been cleared at least for me.
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