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  1. Many thanks (especially Richard & Wazoo), everything appears to be working fine now! I understand that if there is no reporting address then reports cannot be sent, but that is a completely separate issue from the original 'no source IP' problem & it's not something that Spamcop has control over. I assume that the sending IP would still get blacklisted, so those reports are still useful. So far I've not seen many like that. For reference, I'm using MS Outlook & submitting to the Spamcop web form by selecting Options on the message to view the headers, copy & paste those to the form, then (often 'view source',) copy & paste the message body. (No comments on how nasty it is please, I am well aware..) Re. the unrelated IPs, we use one ISP for ADSL (& outgoing email) and a separate company for domain hosting, web space & incoming email servers (who don't do ADSL). Thanks again, Robert Jenkins.
  2. Sorry, I must be cracking up.. I'm concentrating on the headers and missing the text above. This is another spam, as submitted (no format changes), with the error. http://members.spamcop.net/sc?id=z80850243...ba0c01f4845c6bz Wazoo - What is the critical change in the headers so spamcop accepted it? I've tried modding the headers & can get the spamcop result apparently similar to yours, but it's still not accepted. Thanks, R Jenkins. *EDIT* Modified for all to use the link
  3. Hi, I can't give a tracking URL as Spamcop does not save the result when there is no valid source IP... (I have already tried reformatting headers so the 'Received: lines are unbroken after checking on here for similar errors; this does not help the problem). Donhost is the hosting company, we have no control over the mailservers. The servers have shown as "serverXX.donhost.co.uk" since the mailhost system was introduced, and spamcop reporting has worked fine until recently. I've just sent a message to Donhost re. the invalid server names. Thanks, R Jenkins.
  4. Hi, I've been using Spamcop for some time with no real problems. Recently, every spam I try to submit returns "No source IP address found, cannot proceed." (I'm submitting via the web form exactly as before). I notice that a private IP (192.168.x.x) now appears in all headers on the incoming email & I wonder if this is somehow messing things up? (Spamcop used to list an 'internal handoff' but it's not doing that any more.) This is a typical failure report:- Return-Path: <noreply[at]biterespond.co.uk> Delivered-To: x Received: (qmail 50890 invoked by uid 1024); 22 Sep 2005 10:26:02 -0000 Received: from noreply[at]biterespond.co.uk by server35.donhost.co.uk by uid 1002 with qmail-scanner-1.22 ( Clear:RC:0( Processed in 7.528566 secs); 22 Sep 2005 10:26:02 -0000 Received: from unknown (HELO biterespond.co.uk) ( by with SMTP; 22 Sep 2005 10:25:55 -0000 Message-ID: <267F________E27E[at]biterespond.co.uk> Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 20:20:44 +0900 From: "Bite Size Seminars" <noreply[at]biterespond.co.uk> User-Agent: Opera/6.05 (Windows 2000; U) [ja] MIME-Version: 1.0 To: <x> Subject: Do you handle sensitive employee situations with skill and diplomacy? X-Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" X-Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit ... Parsing header: 0: Received: from unknown (HELO biterespond.co.uk) ( by with SMTP; 22 Sep 2005 10:25:55 -0000 No unique hostname found for source: Possible forgery. Supposed receiving system not associated with any of your mailhosts Will not trust anything beyond this header No source IP address found, cannot proceed. I have tried updating the mailhosts; this added a couple of new 81.x.x.x relaying IPs but has not helped the problem. I've also tried submitting normal (none spam) emails, the result is exactly the same with only the '0: Received:' line having different domain & IPs. Any help appreciated! R Jenkins.