[SpamCop-List] Re: Is this a broken mail host?
tdy at blackhole.invalid
Thu Feb 3 10:38:17 EST 2005
In article <ctroi1$9bj$1 at news.spamcop.net>, Mike Easter says...
> That part of the headers is non-compliant; it [the traceline] is
> supposed to have a 'from' field which includes the IP from which it
> received the item and a 'by' field which has its domainname and a
I just received a response from the DHC admin. He agrees that there is a
problem with the Commuigate Pro package, and says he has submitted a report
to their support line. He even offered me a link to follow the progress of
that report, if I want to join another list.
In the meantime, SC does create notifies, so I guess I just need to be sure
that I only submit spam for parsing when I know it is within the SC required
48 hour term. Currently, it seems that the parser goes by my local server's
time stamp, the one you stated was working correctly, in the absence of a
proper timestamp later in the message. I have seen spam that should be 12 to
18 hours old identified as "fresh".
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