Hanco Posted September 2, 2018 Share Posted September 2, 2018 Hi, I’ve not been looking forward to the day they implemented this on my account but Microsoft did it this week. Spammer links/URLs are now embedded within a new string/link which Microsoft has replaced the original link with. Users cannot disable this unwarranted, unwanted change. It means a user cannot review the link easily before visiting the webpage, but it also means SpamCop doesn’t seem able to identify the site. So now reports are suggested for the host/reverse proxy provider :( Are there any plans to take care of this on the SpamCop side? Otherwise it requires people like I to identify the link within the Microsoft mess, copy that, remove the % handling for forward slash characters, open another instance of the SpamCop page and use that to get the reporting address/IP of the spamvertized site etc, then come back to the original page and add a user report address. example: (Thanks Microsoft for messing this up but not actually reducing the spam junk I get from the same criminal’s...) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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