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Is this a result of the outage? Feel free to move to the appropriate board if necessary

 

 

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it might have been, because:

drum roll please....

tadaaaa....

SpamCop v 5.0.0 © 2019 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Here is your TRACKING URL - it may be saved for future reference:
https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6513281086z5dbadb8092da4e5415ec84737bfedba2z

and the gmail IPv6 6to4 WORKS 🤩

Thank you Cisco! (took a while, but you finally figured it out without compromising the system 😉 )

 

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On 1/12/2019 at 5:36 PM, Borgholio said:

Yes, call me impatient, but I'm excited to find out what changes are coming in Spamcop 5.0.  Anybody have any release notes yet or probably not until tomorrow?

and six hours after my post:

Drum Roll 🥁

SpamCop v 5.0.0 © 2019 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

and better:

Gmail's fess-up with IPv6 6to4 WORKS!!!! 🤩

no release notes (yet) but at least some good news !!!

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Hello Borgholio

I think I've found/struck same issue/s 

[http://forum.spamcop.net/topic/30224-something-wrong-with-outlook-reporting/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-129011], hoping the SCF experts/experienced team members will clarify.... It's certainly interesting having [SC distribution] choices, I'd just like to know which parsing method to choose for the most accurate report... 

Tracking your post in case the answers appear:)and hoping, SCAdmin will publish a V5 "features" guide when they recover from the update-long-haul:)

 

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On 1/14/2019 at 6:58 PM, RobiBue said:

it might have been, because:

drum roll please....

tadaaaa....


SpamCop v 5.0.0 © 2019 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Here is your TRACKING URL - it may be saved for future reference:
https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6513281086z5dbadb8092da4e5415ec84737bfedba2z

and the gmail IPv6 6to4 WORKS 🤩

Thank you Cisco! (took a while, but you finally figured it out without compromising the system 😉 )

 

What about Microsoft IPv6 addresses it's the same problem. Well almost it parses fine except every spamreport goes to Microsoft which it shouldn't.

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21 minutes ago, klappa said:

What about Microsoft IPv6 addresses it's the same problem. Well almost it parses fine except every spamreport goes to Microsoft which it shouldn't.

I was hoping too the IPv6 issue was addressed with this 5.0 update.  I hardly get spam on Gmail, but Hotmail is another story.

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7 minutes ago, nhraj700 said:

I was hoping too the IPv6 issue was addressed with this 5.0 update.  I hardly get spam on Gmail, but Hotmail is another story.

Really using either Gmail or Microsoft is bad since they collect everything. Well hope they do fix the ipv6 issues.

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nhraj700klappa

re pre SCv5: Microsoft, specifically, and possibly Gmail:  a SC-Admin assisted me [understanding] the apparent "false" parsing of Hotmail headers by advising:

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"With Hotmail: the spam may have originated with Hotmail, likely not.

A couple of years ago Hotmail had to give up two /16 networks they were  using (33,554,432 IP addresses) as they were not assigned to them.  Microsoft had to quickly reconfigure their network and used IPv6 to do so.

Unfortunately when doing so, they did not do it carefully and make sure they had full name resolution through out the network, where the forward and reverse dns on each server matches.  This means we (SC)  can't trust their headers and will often take them as the source of the spam.

All is not lost though, as Hotmail's parsing engines when they receive the report does pass through the report to the right party.  It also helps Hotmail block new spam from that source.

Microsoft is working on resolving the issue, but it is a couple of hundred thousand servers.  They have told us though the fix is measured in years, not weeks or months."

unquote

Not sure if this info was shared with me in confidence & if, by posting here I've breached confidentiality, if so, SC-Admin who sent know's who I am & (in anticipation) I submit my🙇🏽‍♂️grovelling🙇🏽‍♂️ apology😔

Now we have SCv5, still waiting for considered advice/guidance (from SCFA/experts/members) as to whether or not (to work with getting the most accurate reports from SCv5), we need to parse the ENTIRE source data or still remove (from source data) the 1st [received] line?

Confusion due to:

submitting full source data produces one set of distribution "send to" report recipients🤔

submitting partial source data produces a DIFFERENT set of distribution "send to" report recipients🤔

Comments welcome.

Cheers.

 

 

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10 hours ago, gnarlymarley said:

One thing I have noticed is better whois parsing.

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6506971100z5bbf5782126fab6d9454281867af1419z 

Hopefully, no more attempts to use search-apnic-not-arin@apnic.net as an abuse address.

:( unfortunately nothing to do with V5 :(

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?action=showroute;ip=45.112.20.164;typecodes=16

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Route added without comment

 

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On 1/15/2019 at 3:16 PM, klappa said:

What about Microsoft IPv6 addresses it's the same problem. Well almost it parses fine except every spamreport goes to Microsoft which it shouldn't.

unfortunately M$'s IPv6 problem is different than Google's and wholly in M$'s court to fix it.

See my reply here:

 

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