dadamia Posted May 10, 2011 Share Posted May 10, 2011 Yesterday I received a spam message from "UPS Inc.". The from line said "info02695[at]ups.com" and there was a zip file attached. The message was obviously bogus. It did not look like a UPS message, it had several language errors, the tracking number wasn't the right length, and the received lines in the header were not consistent with the from line. I forwarded it to SpamCop, but I never received an email with the link to the parsing information. I submitted it a second time and still got no reply from SpamCop. Today I got a similar message from "FedEx Inc.". Again, I submitted it to SpamCop, but got no parsing information response. All other messages that I submit to SpamCop are processed quickly. What's going on here? Why is SpamCop not processing these messages? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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