deviantchild Posted January 7, 2014 Share Posted January 7, 2014 Mailhost configuration problem, identified internal IP as source Mailhost: Please correct this situation - register every email address where you receive spam No source IP address found, cannot proceed. Hi, all. Recently I've begun to receive spam again after many years of being relatively spam free. I'm receiving a spam to one of my mail accounts every one or two days, which is more than I'm happy with. Normally I may get one spam in a blue moon and reporting it via SpamCop nips it in the bud and I receive no more. Though recently I haven't been able to report any and the same type of spam continues as stated above. Can anyone explain why SpamCop reports there is no IP, or states that the spam comes from my own self? I haven't touched the settings of SpamCop for the longest time, not since I initially set up an account a long while ago. Does anyone have any suggestions? It seems as though, until I can sort this, I will continue to receive this same type of spam every day or so. Please bear in mind that I know nothing of the internal workings of mail systems (I'm just a regular guy who despises commercial impositions) so, with any advice, could you guide me through steps and terminologies used? I am very computer savvy (computers themselves) just not familiar with the workings of specific softwares and protocols such as mail. Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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