Outernaut Posted March 27, 2021 Share Posted March 27, 2021 All very generic old-style Viagra, Fat Burners, free energy scams, sunglasses - the usual stuff flogged by affiliates whose owners don't care how their product get's out, so long as they make a $ are inundating one email address. I have reported the IPs to SpamCop for 2 weeks now. The IP is always the same except last octet goes up or down a number or 2. But they are still coming, and I WAS still adding them, today I think about 20 of them before I decided I need some time for myself. I tested and pasted the full IP of several of those bits of wasted time into https://whatismyipaddress.com/blacklist-check and they all come out by SpamCop as being A-OK. I can't be the only one that gets these. So, how is SpamCop a good thing? I've been manually posting the messages here , then copying the IP and going to my mail server and adding them in to Global Email Filters, which has decided that it no longer likes the asterisk in addresses (170.130.207.*) and does nothing about blocking them. My own ISP, not affiliated with my other mail server, has decided not to use SBLs and insists customer can take the time to dig out the headers and paste it into a email to the ISP. I did this, and 2 weeks later received a email saying the spam was too old. They tell me they have their own "team" now reviewing copies sent to them. I think that support fella is too stoned. I have asked this before and got loads of technical gobbledygook. But, is there a way to use the SBLs at my mail server, without root access, just cPanel, to block or send these spams IP addresses and really, truly see them worked into the system to block them? ~o~ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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