klappa Posted September 2, 2018 Share Posted September 2, 2018 (edited) Why doesn't Spamcop use the X-originating IP or X-Sender-IP header when it processes the spam? More than I can count i have to manually send a manual report to the HOST of that originating IP in those headers. Every phishing spam now Spamcop only resolves the sender IP as he would sitting on the same DOMAIN i am using my e-mail for. Why does it do that? What can my e-mail HOST do with the spam/phishing e-mail reports when the phisher is using a completely different e-mail provider which should get the Spamcop reports instead. I don't feel like having to send two different spam/phishing reports. I am using Spamcop to do that for me but it seems it really can't do it's job very well. Edited September 2, 2018 by klappa Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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