Guest art101 Posted November 28, 2004 Share Posted November 28, 2004 If this is covered elsewhere, please excuse the duplication. Couldn't find anything that answers this specific problem. I rarely use the mail side of the house. I log in directly at spamcop.net to view my held mail with the 'held mail' tab, then report it with the 'report spam' tab. Therefore, I don't in any way alter the headers of original inbound spam. The following problem crops up fairly often, and I don't understand it. When parsing held spam, I often see the following text in the "Finding links in message body" section: "error: couldn't parse head Message body parser requires full, accurate copy of message More information on this error.. [this line is a link to another page] no links found" The "More information on this error.." link goes to a page discussing "Problems with spam not in original format" and reviews errors that can be introduced when users don't properly submit spam - specifically, erroneous wrapping of long email header lines being submitted to SpamCop. That page states that this is "an error introduced by the recipient (you) when copying or submitting email to spamcop." The page provides details about how this error can be induced post-receipt. Since the recipient (me) has done nothing with or to the original spam or its headers, and has only just seen the spam for the first time when attempting to report it, I'm unclear about what's going on - and what, if anything, I can do about this problem. Any tips or advice is appreciated. For a recent example from earlier this afternoon, see this tracking URL: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z697232746z0c...4c134ff24fc750z Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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