rdorsch Posted May 24, 2020 Share Posted May 24, 2020 This topic was discussed already on and Lking proposed to open a feature request here. The issue is: I received spam and reported it to spamcop: Submitted: 14.5.2020, 17:40:25 +0200: =?UTF-8?B?6L+Q6YCB5bu66K6uIDMwLzUvMjAyMA==?=7058512602 ( http://www.bokomoko.de/ ) To: email@example.com ( 188.8.131.52 ) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Apparently, the (Chinese?) spam contained my own domain: www.bokomoko.de Unfortunately, I did not notice this in the generated report and confirmed that. Since I received in the past days multiple of these emails and I deselected my own domain (except on the first spam I received), I suggest that spamcop handles this situation better. As an immediate measure, my wife suggested to stop reporting spam to spamcop, if that has the risk that our email server gets shutdown in the middle of Corona home schooling. Feature request is: Spamcop should support per reporter whitelists for domains which should never be reported to spamcop If the effort for this is too high: Never generate abuse reports for the domains referenced in the body of the spam mail, if the match the spam destination domain If the effort for this is too high: Make the default to not generate abuse reports for domains referenced in the body of the spam email to reduce false positives If there is further information I can provide, please let me know. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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