[SpamCop-List] Re: "You are very good, thank you!"
not at home.today
Mon Nov 7 02:50:15 EST 2005
"Mike Easter" wrote:
> There are several in sightings like that. All they have in common is a
> very similar body,.a future early Dec Date line,
I didn't notice the early date.
> and the fact that they
> arrive without a msgid, so the recipient server stamps it with a
> recipient-type mid. They come from user IPs, not servers, and about
> half the time the user IP is cbl listed for hitting spamtraps. One of
> the ones examined is spamcop listed and they tend to come from IPs in
> the ripe or Euro RIR.
I have at least a couple of comcast (arin) ones.
>> I presume that although the parser gave a reporting address, but did
>> not offer to send reports, the IP still counted towards the SCBL?
> Something seems funky about that parser handling - it is one thing to
> not send a report for something which the provider doesn't want to hear
> about, but it would seem that the parser should provide you with a
> chance to report or cancel to determine whether or not the source
> 'non-report' should count toward the SCbl.
Yes, the parser gave me no options to do anything (no checkboxes or
buttons). My earlier comcast spam (also with a future date) did not
have this problem.
> If you don't approve a
> report, even tho' a report might not be sent because of the preference
> of the provider, an unapproved parsing result won't count toward the
> That is, the appearance of the verbose on your tracker would imply that
> since the provider is claiming spam will cease, the report doesn't
> That isn't the way it is supposed to work. I think something is wrong.
Looks that way. I wondered if "statistics only" counted for a block,
as stated here:
"Re: 22.214.171.124 (Administrator of IP block - statistics only)"
Presumably not, unless something has changed.
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