DontKnow Posted July 2, 2006 Share Posted July 2, 2006 I report to SpamCop via e-mail and the original message is left untouched and it normally works great. I have a scri_pt that cats the Maildir file directly to mail to SpamCop, then runs it through spamassassin rules, and finally deletes it. Recently a few messages have arrived that have added a rogue ^M (0x0D) to a received from line that causes SpamCop to not parse the headers correctly and therefore SpamCop won't parse the body of the message for URLs. Am I really expected to EDIT the e-mail so that SpamCop receives a tampered version of the e-mail? Manually removing the ^M should produce a useable e-mail, however then the message isn't what was received. Instead I'd expect SpamCop to recognize the bad character and to ignore it appropriately. Tracking URL of one message: http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z989393386z6f...eba8b03c2d9da0z What you will notice in the tracking URL is a weird line-break, below I have copied the header as I received it and shown the ^M which is in the last "Received: from" line. Received: from gasconypeternixon.net [22.214.171.124^M] (helo=darwinian.vergenet.net) by smtp7.cistron.nl with esmtp (notary) id 3AQ6iH-9994CR-00; Sun, 02 Jul 2006 14:03:37 -0500 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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