[SpamCop-List] Re: What's the deal with geocities parsing - no go ?
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Wed Feb 15 18:47:23 EST 2006
"Ant" <not at home.today> wrote in message
news:dt0fqu$jnu$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> > The links are always detected and parsed but *never* reported to yahoo
> > (even if the links below *may* tell you a report would have been sent I
> > never got the opportunity despite reloading the page 5-6 times).
> This has been happening for almost a year. I can't believe you've only
> just noticed.
> > Why ?
> It's been much discussed here already. Nobody from Spamcop has said a
> word about it.
Not ignoring that I know Don/Deputies are busy, busy, but ....
and one could assume that the actual action has been addressed
by the comment (most use by Ellen) "we have opened up a ticket" ...
Yet .... here's a non-answered couple of e-mails on the subject,
asking for just that bit of data;
Subject: Fw: Parsor action questioned
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 18:37:01 -0600
I don't see any response to the original e-mail, nothing posted into
the Topic ... but the same user is back with a different spam (and
spam construct) which is also a bit hosed due to a broken header ..
I offered up a best-guess at some of the things probably involved,
but ... back to the card that wants to be played, where / what is
the 'official' answer / response to something like this. Can't help
but point out that the issue of non-resolving URLs has only been
going on for (seemingly) years, there's a ton-load of these queries
in the newsgroups .. no one seems to be very happy with Mike
Easter's replies or my (Forum) SpamCop FAQ entry to try to
explain some of the philosophy behind some parsing priorities ...
Same Topic, just more discussion.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 3:31 AM
Subject: Parsor action questioned
> Query asked at < http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=5843>
> Tracking URL
> Issue: in the HTML (Quoted-Printable) portion of the spam,
> a dozen or so instances of "<A href=3Dhttp://rex.thanksbilly.com/>"
> seem to be ignored (noting several of them have image tags
> involved) but .... sees, gagas, and trips over the single instance of;
> "<A href=3Dhttp://r!
> I can't begin to come up with an explanation ....
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