If you submit the spam using the SpamCop website, after cutting and pasting the spam into the submission window, you can then type in the needed "body". As the saying goes, "There is nothing new under the sun." This type of spam has been around a while, although I have not see one in some time. The problem with building a parser that tries to account for every (any) variation of a miss formed spam is that that would lead to possible errors.  To retain its integrity, SpamCop MUST only r