[SpamCop-List] Re: No data / Too much data
none at none.none
Mon Jun 6 01:48:27 EDT 2005
just tried again - went through just fine.
sorry for posting the spam on the discussion group, but as you sad, there was
no way for me to get a tracker...
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message news:d8012s$o55$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> no1 wrote:
>> sorry forgot to attach the spam
> Errm. That's actually not the ideal way to share/show the problem.
> Here's what I get when I parse that item:
> That link is a tracker to SC's storage of the spam and it will freshly
> reparse the item whenever it is accessed.
> Before cancelling, the parse declined to resolve the spamvertised urls
> and offered to report the source:
> Resolving link obfuscation
> Report Spam to:
> Re: 126.96.36.199 (Administrator of network where email originates)
> To: abuse at blueyonder.co.uk (Notes)
>>> Any idea what's wrong?
> A hiccup?
> The tracker is the most efficient way to post a spam; posting spam
> pasted into the body of the discussion groups or attached has
> traditionally been a no-no. That tradition has partly been based on the
> fact that some people access the discussion groups by email -- but that
> probably doesn't happen very much at all anymore. The tracker is best,
> but if you can't get enough parse to get a tracker, you have to put the
> item somewhere somehow.
> Personally I don't care whether it goes into .spam or not. Personally I
> don't care if it is an attachment or not, in fact I would rather see
> there be an attachment than a bent spam pasted into a message body.
> Mike Easter
> kibitzer, not SC admin
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