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I know SpamCop isn't as concerned about links in email, but there's no reason to reward a spammer's website and every reason to punish a spammer's website instead.

SC Report ID http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z4860011839zb...bb5af7f0dce1f2z

Did not find the clear links in the body of the message. Have the spammers found some new way of defeating SpamCop??? Links include

 href="http://www.allgathering.net/oem/link.php?URL=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5rZWxsZXliYWtlcmJyb3dzLmNvbQ%3D%3D&Name=&EncryptedMemberID=NTgyNzE%3D&CampaignID=68&CampaignStatisticsID=59&Demo=0&Email=<x> (sanitized)

There are several URLs pointing to a customized allgathering.net URL. I manually added allgathering's host, HostNoc, but thought I'd bring the problem to the attention of those who can try and fix it.

Thanks.

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Did not find the clear links in the body of the message. Have the spammers found some new way of defeating SpamCop???

Although 'you' can 'ee' those 'clear' links, the e-mail construct is bad. Content does not match the header definition .... not multi-part, no boundary lines. etc.

Back to the age-old question, is it a bug when the parser is looking for an RFC-compliant e-mail?

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