Re: Spamcop Unable to Trace Source of these "Pump 'n' Dump" Spams
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Tue Jan 3 22:08:49 EST 2006
"Ron B." <zypher at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:dpfdcv$etv$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Spammy now seems to be able to avoid using known IP.
> I've gotten several of these stock spams:
Compare parser results obtained here using no mailhost
Here the parser finds the same source that I do. There is a
problem with your mailhost configuration. It looks to me like
you may need to add c60.cesmail.net as a trusted mailhost,
but as I don't use the mailhost setup I am not in any position
to advise. There are others about as are experienced in such
matters as may be better able to advise.
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