nei1_j Posted May 24, 2013 Share Posted May 24, 2013 Amigos!!! I get some of my spam parsed, and send a few spam reports. It keeps me off the streets. Sometimes, the (plain text) body of the spam includes a URL. But the parser only "Finds the links in the message bodies" about half the time. Whether it's part of an <a href="http://blahblahURL/x"> term, or whether it's not surrounded by html code, that doesn't seem to matter. So, I assume that whether the parser will recognize the link or not has sometime to do with the URL itself. Has anyone else noticed that? Is there any rhyme or reason? And the erroneous message from the parser is, "Finding links in message body / no links found." I mean, I'm only a carbon-based life-form, but even I can find the links in the message body. Why can't Cisco? I understand the organization whose links are found in the message body is probably a victim, and if they asked SpamCop to stop annoying them with reports (for spam that they have no control over), then I would abide. But if their Abuse department is accepting the reports, and if the parser would parse the "links in the message bodies" for me more regularly, then that would be groovy. My occasional issues usually pertain to the Parser. Well, who you gonna call. Happy Friday (I hope), -neil- Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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