Neil Parks Posted September 28, 2005 Share Posted September 28, 2005 http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z810156459zb3...60c16244220421z This is one of the first times I have attempted to report spam since registering for the Mailhost plan. I get mail at an address in "torah.org" which uses a mail server "capalon.com". That forwards to an address in "en.com" (Exchange Net, Voyager, Corecomm, gatewaydefender.com). As instructed by the Mailhost screens, I registered both addresses in "reverse" order--the en.com address first and then the torah.org address. Prior to joining the new plan I would just delete all the top headers that showed the traffic between capalon.com and en.com. Tne first Received line you saw would clearly show where capalon.com received it from the spammer's IP. I joined the Mailhost plan hoping to make things easier for myself. I thought now I could just forward the email to SC as an attachment, and you would know how to read down through the authorized relays to get to the spammer's IP. But alas, that is not the way it turned out. As you can see if you go to the URL above and look at the headers, SC stopped one record short of its goal. Capalon routes its mail internally by way of a 127.0.0.1 host before it goes off to en.com. SC got fooled by that extra internal routing, and did not go onto the next line which clearly shows where it entered Capalon. I hope that problem can be corrected. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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