drunkennewfiemidget Posted April 21, 2004 Share Posted April 21, 2004 I run an ISP. We have about 5 dialup locations. One of our locations has about 6 of its IPs listed on spamcop, which leads me to believe we've got ourselves a spammer. Obviously, we look *very* condescendingly upon spammers, but we've not received a *single* abuse report, or I'd have dealt with it already. In the past, the headers spamcop provided for the reported messages had the date, time, etc of when the message was sent, so i could match up the two mail server's timestamps, and then find who was online at that time, and nail them. Recently, Spamcop changed the header to only include a few words and replace most of it with hyphens (-). This is useless to me, as now I can't tell *when* the e-mail was actually sent. They're not relaying through my mailservers, they're spamming directly from their system, presumably to a compromised SMTP server, but I can't find out who. Can anyone help me on this? One of our IPs that's listed is 18.104.22.168. Thank you. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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