aculver Posted April 14, 2009 Share Posted April 14, 2009 I submitted a piece of spam which contained a URL in the body. I was surprised when SpamCop discarded the URL because it didn't resolve to an IP address. I can understand why SpamCop wouldn't act on the URL from an IP basis. But why not record the URL and why not send a report to the admin in the whois info of the domain? The owner of the domain may want to know that something might be going on. Also, just because the hostname doesn't resolve to an IP at the time I reported it, doesn't mean it won't resolve in the future. It may be a fast-flux domain. Just seems odd to me that the url would be completely ignored just because it doesn't resolve to an IP. Here's the report: http://www.spamcop.net/mcgi?action=gettrac...rtid=4033614096 Andrew Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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