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There should be an entry on how to find full email headers in GMail that goes something like this:

(from https://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer....amp;topic=1536)

To find the headers from a message:

  1. Open the conversation.
  2. Click the down arrow next to Reply, at the top-right of the message pane.
  3. Click Show original.

[edit - sorry I forgot to put Addition to http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/19.html as the topic... unfortunately the forum software won't allow me to edit that...]

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I modified the (internal Forum bit called) Rules description to further identify that this area is for the SpamCop FAQ as found "here" ..... as noted within that piece of work;

Note: the above was provided to explain the Saturday morning hack of moving the hyper-linked original SpamCop FAQ into this single-page entrance point ..

Justification #1: some folks got lost when trying to decide which link to follow.

Justification #2: original FAQ had been a constant complaint source for being incomplete, obsolete, and hard to use

Justification #3: This was only meant to be an interim step, waiting for something else to be offered up.

I have spent years trying to work at getting the 'original / official' FAQ fixed, updated, corrected .. but it boils down to that no one 'here' has access to that server or data. The only folks that do don't seem to have the same desires about that tool / data, and have even noted that there are now legal parties involved with changing that date / those pages.

As far as GMail goes, entries have been made available "here" ... see the SpamCop FAQ "here" ...

under the Parsing & Reporting section ....

How do I get my email program to reveal the full, unmodified email?

-----> See also the tutorials in the How to use .... > SpamCop Reporting section

In the last couple of weeks, the fact that the SpamCop FAQ "here" still contains links directly back to the www.spamcop.net Help pages became an issue when www.spamcop.net was down .... therefore the requested data was not available from the original source, the link 'here' didn't work .... however, noting that the data did exist over in the Wiki ..... but of course, having to note that the Wiki has not been 'officially' sanctified by the powers that be ... example, no link or mention provided on the 'official' Help pages ....

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