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I am starting to get a not insignificant number of spams sent using MS Outlook that when processed gets:

Re: 40.92.23.16 (Third party interested in email source)
To: Internal spamcop handling: (bondedsender) (Notes)

The IP is in the MS range

I should mention that these emails are generally for professional web services like SEO or website design which is rather ironic since my website (admittedly old and out of date haha!) advertises those very types of services.

Admittedly these are not rated as spam by the spam detection engines etc, but they are sent repeatedly, often with numerous "did you get my last email" replies.

Is being a bondedsender a get out of jail free card? And is this an MS product now?

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4 hours ago, captkirk said:

I am starting to get a not insignificant number of spams sent using MS Outlook that when processed gets:

Re: 40.92.23.16 (Third party interested in email source)
To: Internal spamcop handling: (bondedsender) (Notes)

The IP is in the MS range

I should mention that these emails are generally for professional web services like SEO or website design which is rather ironic since my website (admittedly old and out of date haha!) advertises those very types of services.

Admittedly these are not rated as spam by the spam detection engines etc, but they are sent repeatedly, often with numerous "did you get my last email" replies.

Is being a bondedsender a get out of jail free card? And is this an MS product now?

40.92.23.16 is a microsoft IP
Send a SpamCop Tracking URL for better info
If they have a unsubscribe use it (they already have your email address)
Microsoft are flogging free office365 accounts that are being taken up by naïve marketeers and spammers.
Microsoft IP hop, so it is difficult for spam to be blocked,
While being complete  ignoramuses they would know this generates hate!
So in true Microsoft fashion they are to big to fail attitude!

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captkirk, good luck sending a tracking URL that shows this. I have seen this and I refresh the page with the tracking URL and it goes back to normal. Seems to be intermittent for me.
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I saw the same thing for this one which was relayed via Google rather than MS: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6904141603z1da5cef05dea0875060747b9f9753680z

As mentioned above, it changed to the expected behaviour after reloading, and seems to have stayed that way. The first time I clicked Report the result was:

Reports disabled for bondedsender AT admin.spamcop.net

 

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10 hours ago, Tesseract said:

I saw the same thing for this one which was relayed via Google rather than MS: https://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z6904141603z1da5cef05dea0875060747b9f9753680z

As mentioned above, it changed to the expected behaviour after reloading, and seems to have stayed that way. The first time I clicked Report the result was:

Reports disabled for bondedsender AT admin.spamcop.net

SC link,  don't se it now "Reports disabled"?
136.243.18.213 is Germany not Russia?
Still seeing SpamCop check what I think is the years old  defunct  IP reporting Abuse net?
"Using abuse net on abuse [at] spd-mgts [DOT] ru"

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