Nexttime Posted January 24, 2011 Share Posted January 24, 2011 It's actually quite simple. All of the ones I am getting are hosted by singlehop.com and I think they are going to keep getting away with it. The spammers just includes this large block of text before the URL they are spamming. So when Spamcop processes the report the web hosting company doesn't get a complain because Spamcop quits before getting to the spammed URL. But the user still sees the spammed URL when they open up the email as the email client ignores the <style> tag. Here's one of the blocks of text they use: Admin Edit: I find the description above enough detail. The 'sample' has been removed from this Post. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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