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  1. I own a S/MIME certificate linked to my email address. I have the public and private parts on my PGP 9 program. So I have exported both public and private parts, and then imported those onto my Spamcop's email account S/MIME options. When I click on the password link to enter the private key password, it fails. I have entered a new password for that S/MIME certificate using PGP 9, exported again the private and public parts, imported those onto Spamcop's email account S/MIME options, and it fails again. Is there a problem using S/MIME from Spamcop's ?
  2. Understood. I will find another way. Otherwise, someone else will help him probably over his TCP matter. Thank you.
  3. Tried to send an email to someone. It's someone asking a question about TCP and I was just answering about the TCP timeout value. Error message came back saying this : ERROR: Your message could not be delivered. The mail server generated the following error message: The following message to <woods[at]weird.com> was undeliverable. The reason for the problem: 5.1.0 - Unknown address error 550-"5.1.8 rejecting sender address 'gilbert.fernandes[at]spamcop.net'.\n5.1.8 The domain 'spamcop.net' matches the DNS Black List entry:\n5.1.8 \n5.1.8 \tspamcop.net.postmaster.rfc-ignorant.org\tIN A\t127.0.0.3\n5.1.8 \n5.1.8 Please note the following additional important information:\n5.1.8 \n5.1.8 Not supporting postmaster[at]spamcop.net\n5.1.8 \n5.1.8 Please forward this message in its entirety to your own LOCAL\n5.1.8 <postmaster> and ask them to help you to resolve this problem.\n5.1.8 \n5.1.8 Postmaster[at][]: If you require assistance in\n5.1.8 resolving this issue please contact <postmaster[at]most.weird.com>.\n5.1.8 You must include your IP number, given above, in order to receive\n5.1.8 any useful help. The best way do do this would be to forward this\n5.1.8 entire status response." Email message I tried to send reproduced below : Received: from APuteaux-153-1-69-86.w81-249.abo.wanadoo.fr (APuteaux-153-1-69-86.w81-249.abo.wanadoo.fr []) by webmail.spamcop.net (Horde) with HTTP for <gilbert.fernandes[at]spamcop.net[at]cesmail.net>; Tue, 25 Oct 2005 05:53:00 +0200 Message-ID: <20051025055300.sn5m80w4s8w0ssog[at]webmail.spamcop.net> Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 05:53:00 +0200 From: Gilbert Fernandes <gilbert.fernandes[at]spamcop.net> To: "Greg A. Woods" <woods[at]weird.com> Subject: Re: Why do some network connections get stuck forever? References: <m1EU7Up-000gd5C[at]most.weird.com> In-Reply-To: <m1EU7Up-000gd5C[at]most.weird.com> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Content-Disposition: inline Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit User-Agent: Internet Messaging Program (IMP) 4.0-cvs > Why do some network connections get stuck forever? Timeout for TCP is about 5 days. -- unzip ; strip ; touch ; grep ; finger ; mount ; fsck ; more ; yes ; fsck ; umount ; sleep What's the problem exactly ?
  4. Yes, exactly. I wanted to mean "word wrap" of course. Well, the webmail does truncate lines by inserting LF characters at their end, that's what I wanted to say but english is not my native tongue (being french) so I don't always use the proper words. I set it to 72 chars so I can have up to 2 or 3 levels of quoting and when I hit the reply button, those lines don't get mangled with insertion of > characters. In fact, I have been using Unix for such a long time that I have the habit of inserting line feeds myself at the end of sentences below that 72 chars per line Hopefully, I have since learned how to properly use nvi so it automatically inserts the LF I want I'm at work right now (as I have been the last two days) so I don't have much time to check the FAQ and all details around but I will do today later. Thanks for the help.
  5. As a fix that does not require FAQ modification, if the Spamcop has to answer "Error" after replying to the email received for registering a new Mailhost, a line could be added to the error email message to give an hint that line truncating below XXX will result in failure. That should be easier than trying to fit that into the FAQ and pretty effective since the error message is the first thing we read in detail once we get it
  6. What do you mean ? If by submissions you mean the spams I do report, I do that from Spamcop's webmail and the "Held Mail" folder. I click on spams (sometimes I do open a few to be sure they are spams when it's not obvious by Subject) and report them as spam. The Spamcop answer that comes back shows there is no problem in the parsing at all.
  7. It worked. The problem was the webmail was truncating at 72 chars. I have now registered this new email and I am setting the webmail back to 72 characters (that's the default I use when I'm using mutt on my beloved NetBSD box). Perhaps FAQ should explain that the message must not be truncated and that the mailer, if configured to truncate lines "too short" will result in Spamcop believe the message has been mangled (which is not wrong from its point of view). Problem solved.
  8. Does not work at all. I have tried again and received a message. I have clicked on "Reply" and I have pasted a copy of the full message. In order to recover the full message, I have copied its "message source" with headers. I pasted that into the Compose window of Spamcop's webmail and sent it. An error came back within a few minutes : Hello SpamCop user, Sorry, but SpamCop has encountered errors: Headers mangled It appears that the sample you provided has been altered. Often, extra line-breaks are inserted by your software in an invalid format. Part of the reason for this proceedure is to ensure that you and your software are submitting spam in an error-free format. Please review the relevant FAQ for your software and ensure you are following a proceedure which returns intact spam content to SpamCop. In this sample, the problem was found near the line: -0000 Received: from unknown (HELO c60.cesmail.net) ( I guess the problem is because my webmail is configured to truncate lines length at 71 or 72 characters or so. I am going to try again, using 80 characters per line.
  9. Roger that. I will try at home within a few hours and report back to you.
  10. I have configured a new mailhost for my email address [at]club-internet.fr I have received the email, answered it and it says success but the mail itself is empty : Return-Path: <spamcop[at]devnull.spamcop.net> Delivered-To: spamcop-net-gilbert.fernandes[at]spamcop.net Received: (qmail 32669 invoked from network); 9 Oct 2005 16:00:48 -0000 Received: from unknown ( by blade1.cesmail.net with QMQP; 9 Oct 2005 16:00:47 -0000 Received: from vmx1.spamcop.net ( by mx53.cesmail.net with SMTP; 9 Oct 2005 16:00:47 -0000 Received: from sc-app6.ironport.com (HELO spamcop.net) ( by vmx1.spamcop.net with SMTP; 09 Oct 2005 09:00:47 -0700 From: SpamCop robot <spamcop[at]devnull.spamcop.net> To: gilbert.fernandes[at]spamcop.net Subject: Spamcop account configuration: success Precedence: list Message-ID: <wh43493eafge4f9[at]msgid.spamcop.net> Date: Sun, 09 Oct 2005 16:00:47 GMT X-Mailer: http://www.spamcop.net/ v1.493 X-spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 3.0.2 (2004-11-16) on blade1 X-spam-Level: X-spam-Status: hits=-100.0 tests=FORGED_RCVD_HELO,USER_IN_WHITELIST version=3.0.2 X-SpamCop-Checked: And when I click on the "Mailhost" part of my Spamcop account, I only see two defined Mailhosts : - Spamcop - Wanadoo (I use POP-fetch from the Spamcop's webmail to gather the Wanadoo and Club Internet email and the Spamcop's address itself is also registered). Is there some lag or a problem ? Is it normal for the Spamcop's robot's answer to be empty ?
  11. I got a Webmail account. Since yesterday, every spam found in held mail and reported sends me back an email with a continuous list of "no ip found". Here is last one : SpamCop.net Here are the results of your submission: Processing spam: From: Subject: error:No IP found Processing spam: From: Subject: error:No IP found Processing spam: From: Subject: error:No IP found Processing spam: From: Subject: error:No IP found Processing spam: From: Subject: error:No IP found Processing spam: From: Subject: error:No IP found Every spam I report produces such "no ip found" messages back. Every one of them since yesterday.
  12. Done, thanks I thought the "whitelist" was some kind of submission to a Bayesian filter of the message.
  13. I had a spam in the held email folder. I clicked on the checkbox and by mistake I clicked on "Release and whitelist" instead of clicking on "Report as spam". I went to the Inbox to report that message as spam but should I do something now that I whitelisted something that was a spam ?
  14. My friend has turned off the comment line in his PGP. Now it works as fine as previously.
  15. We have found the source of the problem. It's the comment line that gets truncated by the webmail. We have been trying various versions of PGP and the problem is not because of his PGP version or anything. When he sends me a message, it appears as such in the Spamcop webmail : -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE----- Version: PGP Desktop 9.0.2 (Build 2424) - not licensed for commercial use: www.pgp.com qANQR1DBwE4DhmqKQ+OnUlIQBACyiiqiYEaqGYtarKoXEhmLJI0ACjiQBxHJwJDG bV62fQ49QukLQ9iS0V6QvvyIUSgkVoJ8GrRyMBUSEicuzJXLV2GC940UutXSz2Xz The problem is the webmail inserts a carriage return after the "use:" and this makes GnuPG and PGP complain. Spamcop's message just says it cannot decrypt. But if the message is saved to disk and GnuPG used over it, it gets interesting : gpg: invalid armor header: www.pgp.com It thinks this line is an header. It means it's in a beginning of line, where it should not be. By removing the carriage return at the line before, PGP and GnuPG are now able to decrypt properly the enciphered message. Since my friend is using a free version of PGP, he cannot remove that comment line. And I do think, too, that PGP armored content should be formated to 71 or 72 characters wide so PGP is in fault here, as too long lines do get truncated often. So is there a way for me to ask Spamcop's webmail NOT to truncated lines in PGP received content so I can decrypt from the webmail, rather than having to save to the disk the PGP message, remove the carriage return and decrypt it locally. I'm at work, using a Windows 2k machine which has no swap encryption as my NetBSD at home... Glad to have found why it fails. Now I need a fix
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