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Greetings all👋! I hope everyone's well and you've all been behaving!? Would anyone care to cast their 👀s over this bit of scum pleeze? Issue is, apparently "no links found", 'cept, I can find 8 - 4 are enclosed in brackets (), not sure about them, 4 are standard, from my objs, they're the ones that've confuzzed moi, why didn't SC "detect"? Yes Master, I know urls are secondary to source, but, but, but..... https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6563176953zf21fc4b02078997bd0dcfb215b0fa333z VT tells me urls resolve to 184.108.40.206 = email@example.com, source = 220.127.116.11 = singlehop.net Anyone care to share their wisdom please? I remain, a grateful G🦗H🙏
I have had a few spams recently (windward casino) that spamcop gave error message: at the end of "Finding links in message body" I did some exploration, and discovered that the problem seems to be the way the spam emails are constructed. They are multipart/alternative, and the alternative header blocks are ending with a line containing a single space. Deleting that space in the body of the content lets spamcop parse the body correctly. --Section.«guid» Content-Type: text/plain Winward Casino: US Players, … That *blank* line is really a space. Deleting the space character allows the "Finding links" to work again. Example: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6408256844z01c6f10262d93f7fd6bc56e589ea4e33z I understand that the original purpose of that message, was due to an error in the user handling the copy/paste/forward of the emails in such a way that email header was no longer accurate. However, in this case, the "couldn't parse head" is really the multipart header in the body of the message. That was not really clear from the context.