A.J.Mechelynck Posted November 3, 2007 Share Posted November 3, 2007 I've encountered today (for the 2nd time; the first was some weeks ago) a spam with an extremely long "To:" line, pushing the length of the headers over the 50K barrier (i.e., SC asks me to accept truncation at 50K, then later finds that there was no body text). What I've done to make it parse is to put the 3rd address on that line between <>, add before it "[etc.; truncated]" and edit away the rest of the line (starting at the comma following that 3rd address). See the edited headers (with, of course, munged addresses) at http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z1507695546ze...7d04eb0672f838z I hope I haven't committed a breach of SC regulations. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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