Lancer525 Posted March 4, 2015 Share Posted March 4, 2015 I don't know if its just because I'm stupid, or because it is something that is really wrong, but just about every single email I run through SpamCop does the exact same thing. I'll copy the email, paying close attention to links in the body, even sometimes going to another computer to open a link just to make sure it's a working, valid link, only to get this line in the parsed results that says: Finding links in message body no links found I've even gone so far as to send myself an email from a throwaway, where the message body was comprised of links to valid sites, such as www.yahoo.com, www.google.com, www.microsoft.com and www.disney.com, only to get the exact same incorrect, erroneous line that says "no links found" How can I have any confidence in SpamCop even doing anything at all with the spam I send in faithfully, when it can't even identify a plain basic link in a message body? Here's another example, the tracking link of most recent one I sent in, just a few minutes ago: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6064250455zcc20fea973806f69be5e23355f5d8b8bz I even went so far as to open the links in another computer (an old laptop that is hopelessly out of date, and pretty much worthless) copy the url from the web browser, and paste them in place in the body text of the message, only to get: Finding links in message body no links found I know bloody %^#& well that there ARE links in the body, because I see them there, and put them there myself. Why doesn't SpamCop identify them, and deal with them? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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