detour Posted November 15, 2007 Share Posted November 15, 2007 And yet, have you tried to cc your hotmail account on your submissions as requested? It has taken some people several levels of Comcast support before they got to someone who actually knew what was going on. It is still possible that SpamCop is having an issue, but there are no major reports of such an issue. I have reported at least one spam via email each day for the last couple of weeks (messages that slip by spamcop's webmail filters) and while they are taking longer than they have in the past (15-60 minutes) every one has come back. Two of your tests I would expect to fail if Comcast were filtering outgoing messages. I would always expect a small percentage of messages to make it past these filters just like I always expect a small percentage to evade incoming filters. I can not explain the hotmail one but it is possible they are also filtering outgoing messages. If a message is sent to your spamcop submit address and another address, arrives in the alternate address but not spamcop, then you have proof of an issue at spamcop. It is also possibly a problem with your specific submit address which could explain why you are having issues and nobody else seems to be reporting anything. That would need to be investigated by the deputies[at]admin.spamcop.net address. Cannot answer for funinatl to which your response above is directed but for me I can say absolutely! I can forward all spam easily using, as I stated earlier, Comcast and Outlook Express. Sorry if not mentioned before. I can forward as attachment ALL received spam all day, any day, to any other email address. Just did a couple of more to be sure nothing has changed over the past few hours. Meanwhile, only one submission to SpamCop was received/acknowledged by SpamCop out of half a dozen or so sent past 24 hours. The problem is at SpamCop's end. Of that I now have no doubt. None. I've been submitting spam to SpamCop for over five years and pretty well understand the nuances involved. I also have seen similar issues and other reporting problems such as this during the past and they are usually resolved within days and/or a notice to that effect is put on the report page. But this time, nothing. Also, still no response to my email of 11/08. Have you had any contact with anyone at Spamcop to see what input they might have? Nothing said about copies of these things sent anywhere else .. therefore you have not demonstrated that any of these actually left a ComCast e-mail server. I have demonstrated multiple times. No problems. I'm still inclined to go with that your outgoing is being dropped by the ComCast servers, based on that they 'look just like spam' Nope. Not a Comcast issue. I beleive that the problem is on Spamcop's end. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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