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WARNING: If you have EarthLink, you will most likely not be able to forward emails to SpamCop using an their SMTP with an external client. I had opened a question on here: After chat sessions, testing and experimentation, I found that they are blocking the outgoing messages. I just wanted hopefully save someone some pain and time in troubleshooting this. There does not appear to be a way around this, so it is time to change ISPs again.
Hello SpamCop, I have been using SpamCop for a number of years and recently when I would forward (as an attachment as I always have), there is no acknowledgment from the system of it being received or rejected. If I add the email source manually on the page, it works. I removed all of my mailhosts and re-learned them in case there was a problem. It is still not working after that. I'm looking for some ideas and help on making this work. Related to this, is the Quick Submit something that is also available to use? I am in the last few weeks getting a lot of spam and would like to quickly report it without having to acknowledge each one. I manually filter them and would like to simply get them submitted. Thank you, Stephen
I'm just wondering the correct way to forward spam as twice now I have tried to forward phishing spam and both times it has bounced back saying "... encountered errors ... blah, blah, blah ... " - So, I assume I'm doing something wrong and simply forwarding to the spamcop address I was provided when I signed up is incorrect. Therefore, that must mean that I should send the forwarded email as an attachment in some way?? What do I do? copy the headers & body as plain text, save as a text file, then attach the text file to the email? ... if so, that's no forwarding - that's creating a NEW email. Forwarding should be no more complicated then clicking on the Forward option and entering the forwarding address. If someone can clarify the proper method as it seems to be too complicated for me. Thanks