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    periclescc commented  · 

    I'd like to know why the following spammer keeps being able to spam me despite multiple attempts to block them. The address is: info????@juration.co.uk
    The address shows as being in my blocked senders, but your system still allows it through.

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    Although you have done a pretty decent job with spammers, there is one that is making a mockery out of your filter. The company uses a string_of_crap@string_of_crap.duistpanorama.com which makes it impossible for me to block them as each **** email has a different address. If you could nuke the duispanorama.com entirely, that would end this barrage of spam.

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    Please do something to block a relentless spammer, they use rotating names, so I cannot block them myself an example of the tactic they use is 0moo7@zwoa.mta.duistpanorama.com. Regardless of the message, they use the same format, string of **** (at) string of **** (dot) .duistpanorama.com. I had seven messages from them today.

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    periclescc commented  · 

    Now it seems you people have either lost your minds or have taken a bribe from a spammer. I attempted to block the domain 1und1.de and YOUR SYSTEM gave me the following message:

    Error: You can't add this item to the list becaue it will impact a large number of messages or important notifications.

    The implications of this response in mind boggling, as it implies you are in league with the spamming domain 1und1.de. I'm sure if I took this to Facebook, you would not end up looking too good, so how about you fix this before I do?

    periclescc commented  · 

    Now it seems you people have either lost your minds or have taken a bribe from a spammer. I attempted to block the domain 1und1.de and YOUR SYSTEM gave me the following message:

    Error: You can't add this item to the list becaue it will impact a large number of messages or important notifications.

    The implications of this response in mind boggling, as it implies you are in league with the spamming domain 1und1.de. I'm sure if I took this to Facebook, you would not end up looking too good, so how about you fix this before I do?

    periclescc commented  · 

    Spammers are once again making a monkey out of you and your blocking software by adding angle brackets to their address that your software will not recognize example is <admin@1and1de> as the full address I have blocked admin@1and1.de, but it does no good because of the < and the > in the address. Once again, if it isn't valid to block, why is it valid to receive? Until you fix this, you will get this message every time I get a spam message from <admin@1and1.de> or any other domain using angle brackets to spoof your blocking software.

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