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Occasionally I will get an email where the body is not parsed/ignored and I got another today that I did some poking around, and I found that if the Return-Path header exists and is empty (`Return-Path: <>`), the body is ignored. Removing or populating it resolve the issue.
After login, at the report and landing on the report page, is a new-to-me announcement: In a shell, does that mean we will no longer be able to report spam to SC, or does the change affect how we report? I'm also worried all you guys that help here will loose your high-paying positions ~o~
Many providers use "spamrl.com" to block spam emails from entering their systems. Unfortunately, spamrl scans an entire email to find ANY email address it considers spam - and bounces it back to the originator. I have reported over 20,000 spams over the years to SpamCop - but now many of my emails are being blocked by spamrl - because it detects a spammer's address in my attachment. This forces me to not use quick reporting but rather copy and paste to SpamCop directly. I have contacted spamrl.com directly and explained the problem to them - but they have been unresponsive. This issue also impacts attempts to send "phishing" email to folks who want to see them, like firstname.lastname@example.org. spamrl.com also blocks them because they "discover" phishing emails in ones attachment. Some of you may not know that spamrl.com is doing this to you - as it depends on how you handle "bounced" emails. Any ideas on how to deal with this (other than asking every mail ISP one uses to bypass spamrl for all one's email)?
Hello, Recently I noticed that some reports cannot be confirmed, e.g. https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6567456368z13f03b38aff8b20f8a2e727d53eb5f46z https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6568715148zb6ead9ff27b3ec6194b3c3248e23124cz These links produce a "Gateway Timeout" message for me. Thanks for your advices.