ortonmc Posted November 24, 2004 Share Posted November 24, 2004 I'm not sure if this is a mailhosts problem or not, but it may be related, so here goes... I reported a freshly received spam. SpamCop parsed it, and reported, "Sorry, this email is too old to file a spam report." Upon inspecting the headers, I found that the last Received header is dated 4 days ago. Either the spam spent 4 days sitting in a queue on an Italian server, or (more likely) the machine the spam was sent from has the date set incorrectly. If I understand mailhosts correctly, SpamCop should be using the first Received header after the ones added by my own ISP. Had it done this, it would have found a correct date, and would not have rejected the spam as too old. Tracking URL: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z696096838zed...39177d76c4dc0fz -Mark- Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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