OliverJones Posted August 1, 2005 Share Posted August 1, 2005 Hello, Spamcop developers and users. I am getting a LOT of spam messages these days that are ill-formed in that the body of the message isn't separated from the header by the requisite blank line. So, email systems think the body of the message is actually the header. I hope the Spamcop developers will consider the possibility that this is a countermeasure. What I mean is this: I think it's possible spammers are doing it deliberately to make it harder to report this junk. Eudora shows me the message. Ugly because it doesn't try to render the HTML. But, the message gets through. I submitted one through Spamcop's submission (but hit Cancel) ... http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z792064154zcc...a5d1eec1b98407z Now, of course, it's no problem to make minor edits to the submission screen to get a valid submission. But, it's sometimes a hassle. Any chance of some help with this from within Spamcop? Any chance of updating Spamassassin to be very suspicious of headers containing stuff that looks like it should be in the body? Thanks for a useful service! O. Jones. Spamcop.net email user for a couple of years. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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