GeoffL Posted August 27, 2012 Share Posted August 27, 2012 Background: A lot of spam that I receive to my non-GMX addresses contain links to addresses in the gmx.com domain for contact and/or 'unsubscription' purposes. For example, a recent piece of spam asked me to reply to bestpagerank[at]gmx.com rather than the 'reply-to' address (no-reply[at]address.com) to avail myself of spammy's SEO services. Spamcop didn't offer to send a LART to an appropriate abuse address for gmx.com and all recipient addresses of the SC LART were devnull'd. I know that GMX (aka 1&1) will take action if they receive sufficient reports of abuse of a gmx.com account as they've told me they closed down an address that was used as contact address for spam sent to my GMX account. Unfortunately, when I tried sending a LART directly to support[at]gmx.com, my ISP refused the message because it contained spam (i.e. the sample I was trying to sent to GMX as evidence) and have been somewhat tardy in dealing with my request to allow spam samples through when sent to specified abuse addresses. So I need another vector via which to send LARTs and hence wonder whether I can add an abuse address appropriate to a mailto link on which SC hasn't picked up to the list of recipients to which SC sends a LART? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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