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https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6566177613zbe9f03927879099214d104a432d8c2c0z

But wait...

Tracking message source: 203.188.252.24:

Routing details for 203.188.252.24
[refresh/show] Cached whois for 203.188.252.24 : faruque@bangla.net
info@bangla.net bounces (10 sent : 6 bounces)
Using best contacts

 

I even tried refreshing but will it will not update.

 

Steve

 

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What constitutes a "bounce" in this context isn't always apparent to a volunteer such as myself. It could be anything, such as  a dead email address, a full inbox or auto replies that have, for some reason, been counted as a bounce.

As for why the reporting address didn't update, it's likely that whoever is responsible for updating reporting addresses in the database(s) Spamcop consults hasn't made any changes for a while.

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On 8/16/2019 at 5:34 PM, Steve said:

https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6566177613zbe9f03927879099214d104a432d8c2c0z

But wait...

Tracking message source: 203.188.252.24:

Routing details for 203.188.252.24
[refresh/show] Cached whois for 203.188.252.24 : faruque@bangla.net
info@bangla.net bounces (10 sent : 6 bounces)
Using best contacts

 

I even tried refreshing but will it will not update.

 

Steve

 

nayon.isnpAT[bangla.net.bd seems is the correct address

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2 hours ago, petzl said:

nayon.isnpAT[bangla.net.bd seems is the correct address

Interesting that the cached whois says it is from the mirror and the format of it is slightly different.  Also interesting that APNIC and RIPE seem to have abandoned the separate abuse handle in favor of the following line:

% Abuse contact for '203.188.252.0 - 203.188.252.255' is 'nayon.isn@bangla.net.bd'

If I recall correctly, everyone used to use something similar to the following:

OrgAbuseEmail:  abuse@example.com

 

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43 minutes ago, gnarlymarley said:

Interesting that the cached whois says it is from the mirror and the format of it is slightly different.  Also interesting that APNIC and RIPE seem to have abandoned the separate abuse handle in favor of the following line:

If I recall correctly, everyone used to use something similar to the following:


OrgAbuseEmail:  abuse@example.com

 Used to be postmaster@ then as that address spammed to oblivion became abuse@ that also is now spammed to oblivion,
when abuse.net can't find a abuse address they use abuse@ as default. Wish SpamCop would stop using Abuse.net

 

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On 8/17/2019 at 7:38 PM, petzl said:

Used to be postmaster@ then as that address spammed to oblivion became abuse@ that also is now spammed to oblivion,
when abuse.net can't find a abuse address they use abuse@ as default. Wish SpamCop would stop using Abuse.net

It has been a long time since I got spam at my abuse address.  With mine being an alias, I still like the ability to know what address the email was sent to.

It sure would be nice if the whois cache could  be sync'ed and be more accurate.

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