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  1. I use the Web client to read and send e-mail. When I put addresses only in the BCC and then go and change my Identity, it deletes the entries in the BCC. This doesn't happen with To and CC, only BCC.
  2. I couldn't find a separate forum for bug reports. (I am having a dense day, so that might be my fault.) I hope posting here is sufficient to get someone's attention. I use the folders feature a lot. Today I happened to be looking for a sent mail in my Sent Mail folder. Here's what happened. Please note that I have my options set to go to the first unread message. Inbox, page 21. From folder picker, select Sent Mail folder. Sent Mail folder, page 11. Use top arrow control to go to previous page. Inbox, page 10. In other words, instead of going to page 10 in the Sent Mail folder, I go to page 10 in the Inbox, the folder where I just was. It seems like the site doesn't update my folder location promptly. Usually if I do something else (open an e-mail, sit and wait for a few minutes) eventually I'm able to move around the current folder properly. A little later: Sent Mail folder, page 10. Click Inbox link. Inbox, page 1. (I have some held, unread mail there.) Use top arrow control to go to end of folder. Sent Mail folder, page 11. Once again, it jumped to the end of the folder I was in previously, not the end of the folder I am currently in. Now, here's the weird part. The bottom arrows work. It's only the top arrows that cause this repeatable and highly annoying problem. ETA: This is not a new problem. I have been experiencing this problem for years. Today I just happened to discover that the bottom arrows work, which means it's correctable.
  3. I have gotten several copies of this, and I don't think it is a spam, but I think it's related to spam reports involving ebay.com addresses. I'd like to report to the programmers that they may need to adjust their reporting address: Auto-Submitted: auto-replied Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset = "us-ascii" Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 09:50:43 -0700 [09:50:43 PDT] Delivered-To: spamcop-net-cssc[at]spamcop.net DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; s=dksm28; d=ebay.com; c=nofws; q=dns; h=received:precedence:auto-submitted:date:to:subject:from: reply-to:mime-version:content-type: content-transfer-encoding:x-mailer:message-id; b=sFUrIlT0csvVZ5kBgl8kkncy4Kb+k06uyiMhWj8quJq6xtbkXtv4s66+wArwVuirH /1qONbMwJDLBrZEayp0rQ== From: eBay Customer Support <suspension[at]ebay.com> MIME-Version: 1.0 Message-ID: <auto-000340750698[at]smf-klm-01.corp.ebay.com> Precedence: bulk Received: (qmail 21111 invoked from network); 29 May 2008 16:50:46 -0000 from unknown ( by blade4.cesmail.net with QMQP; 29 May 2008 16:50:46 -0000 from mout.perfora.net ( by mx71.cesmail.net with SMTP; 29 May 2008 16:50:46 -0000 from mxpool01.ebay.com (mxpool14.ebay.com []) by mx.perfora.net (node=mxus3) with ESMTP (Nemesis) id 0MKofY-1K1lKv3BWO-0006pr for lauren[at]teachspace.org; Thu, 29 May 2008 12:50:46 -0400 from smf-klm-01.corp.ebay.com ([]) by mxpool01.ebay.com (8.13.8/8.13.8) with ESMTP id m4TGohHt020779; Thu, 29 May 2008 09:50:44 -0700 (GMT) from [] (HELO rhv-kas-06.corp.ebay.com) by smf-klm-01.corp.ebay.com (CommuniGate Pro SMTP 4.1.5) with SMTP id 340750698; Thu, 29 May 2008 09:50:44 -0700 Received-SPF: pass (mxus3: domain of ebay.com designates as permitted sender) client-ip=; envelope-from=suspension[at]ebay.com; helo=mxpool01.ebay.com; Reply-To: Return-Path: <srs0=ptgt=wm=ebay.com=suspension[at]srs.perfora.net> Subject: Your message to suspension[at]ebay.com will not be reviewed (KMM292441343V79805L0KM) To: Lauren Eve Pomerantz <lauren[at]teachspace.org> X-Mailer: KANA Response X-spam-Checker-Version: SpamAssassin 3.2.4 (2008-01-01) on blade4 X-spam-Level: X-spam-Status: hits=-0.0 tests=SPF_HELO_PASS version=3.2.4 X-SpamCop-Checked: Thank you for contacting eBay's Trust and Safety Team. Your email to suspension[at]ebay.com will not be reviewed. We would like to provide you with additional information to help you contact us about the following topics through other contact channels that will ensure receipt of your inquiry and promote our quick reply: 1. Report a spoof or fake email 2. Report an eBay policy violation 3. Appeal an account suspension 1. REPORT A SPOOF OR FAKE EMAIL If you received an email about a possible eBay suspension, first check "My Messages." Any messages sent to you regarding your account will always appear in My Messages as well. To review messages sent to you by eBay, click on the "My eBay" link at the top of any eBay page, and then click on the "My Messages" link found on the left side of the page. To report an email or website that is impersonating eBay, please forward the entire message to spoof[at]ebay.com. Please do not change the subject line or modify the original, suspicious email in any way. Forwarding the message will allow us to review the message headers and any other information that may be attached to the email. The spoof[at]ebay.com email address is reserved for handling reports of attempts to impersonate eBay. In order to investigate these reports in a timely manner, we can only accept forwarded messages at this address. 2. REPORT AN EBAY VIOLATION To ensure that reports of potential violations of eBay policy are investigated as quickly as possible, please contact us by following these steps: 1. Click "Help" at the top of most eBay pages. 2. Click the "Contact Us" link on the left side of the page. 3. Select the options that best match your question or concern. 4. Enter your message in the space provided. 3. APPEAL AN ACCOUNT SUSPENSION If you have been suspended from using eBay, please visit "My Messages" in My eBay to reference the suspension Alert you received. It will detail the reason for the account suspension. If you have any additional questions, or would like to appeal the suspension, please either reply to the suspension Alert in "My Messages," or contact eBay through the following help page: http://pages.ebay.com/help/account/RegisterVerifyPSU.html ** IMPORTANT Please do not respond to this email, as your reply will not be reviewed. We appreciate your assistance in this matter and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you. Sincerely, eBay Trust and Safety Team The problem is that I don't see an address even in this message about where reports of people spamming using [at]ebay.com or advertising eBay merchandise can be sent.
  4. Before I begin, I should explain that when I log onto my e-mail, I go to the end and work my way backwards, reporting things I can identify as spam as I go. When I have reached the first unread message, I read the mail by moving from item to item, reporting spam as I find it. This may or may not be the way others do it. I don't use my spamcop.net e-mail address. The only thing I should receive to that address is my renewel notice from SpamCop. However, I receive a lot of e-mail to it as well as to cpthook[at]spamcop.net. Right now, in my trash I have mail addressed to comanon, crusher, ciscospice, csouter, admin, cparsons, antihotmail, csmith0406, cpwoodford, cowtown, conradt, cotta, anzam1, anubis, ingelsp, constance, cpbow, cuiry, and colonnade. The prevanlence of words beginning with c indicates that someone has a dictionary spam tool. First suggestion: If I had a column that showed me what was in the to: address line, I could scan through my e-mails and identify a larger number of the spam. "You should read this" is a common spam subject. It is also a normal suggestion from one person to another. I volunteer for a huge organization (50,000+ active members) and I manage two projects that cause me to receive a lot of e-mail from people I don't know. I can't automatically assume that "You should read this" is spam. Second suggestion: some tool needs to be developed that identifies e-mail containing multiple spamcop e-mail addresses. I don't know anyone else who uses spamcop. It's not like AOL or RoadRunner or Yahoo, where I might conceivably have six friends who share the same service because we met on AOL or all get Time Warner Cable. There is no reason why an e-mail like this: To: You <josh[at]spamcop.net> Cc: You <siegel[at]spamcop.net>, You <mje[at]spamcop.net>, You <bartross[at]spamcop.net>, You <cssc[at]spamcop.net>, You <massey1[at]spamcop.net> should not immediately be identified as spam. Third suggestion: we should be able to specify another e-mail address to which we want communications from SpamCop sent. I didn't waste nearly so much time on spam when I had everthing [at]spamcop.net sent to the trash. That is until February, two years in a row, when my e-mail would suddenly be cut off because I hadn't renewed my service.
  5. I am unable to log in to my account (cssc[at]spamcop.net). The last time this happened it was a billing issue, but now, as then, I have not received a statement. Will someone please contact me at calspace[at]yahoo.com? Also, I need to know what e-mail address you have as my account one. I wonder if it's wrong.
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