munchichic Posted March 4, 2009 Share Posted March 4, 2009 Hi Everyone. I'm a new user of spamcop. I've registered my account and set up the mailhost configuration. Previously I was allowed to have 4 configurations set up. For some reason I'm now down to only 2. I did read that you only need one per mailhost even if you have more than one username on that service. Everything is fine for my home-based email account. It's with using Yahoo that I run into problems. I have tried to forward the spam to my home email and then submit it to spamcop as a regular email, as an attachment to an email and also directly on the site using cut/paste. Regardless of what method I try, all spam that I get into my Yahoo email that I'm trying to report cannot be processed. One of these errors appear: "Parsing header: This header is incomplete. Please supply the full headers of the spam you're trying to report. No source IP address found, cannot proceed." or "Possible forgery. Supposed receiving system not associated with any of your mailhosts" What am I doing wrong? If I get spam to my home based email and forward it to spamcop I never have a problem. Right now I have a mailhost config set up for Yahoo and another for my home. All of the emails to my home service (where I have 2 usernames) are working just fine. Only ones to my Yahoo accounts are giving me a problem, even if I forward the spam to my home and then submit it to Spamcop from that email address, or if using the copy/paste option directly through my spamcop log in. I just don't understand what I'm doing wrong, and yes, I'm using the full headers. If the direct copy/paste method to the website is also giving me the same error, and that is listed as one of the better options, what else can I do? I'm getting more spam at my Yahoo email than anywhere else and I'd like to be able to report it. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you and good evening to everyone. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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