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    Hello fellow members of antionline.com.. .... I sent an email to admin at centurylink it stated this ---> An individual from your service provider Century link in Trenton, New Jersey, IP address 208.47.184.5 is sending multiple spam messages in inside the message is a link\URL to steal my user information from my Facebook account. Here is one of the 15 spam messages this just started 2 days ago.






    X-Antivirus: AVG for E-mail
    Return-Path: ulnw1@hotmail.com
    Received: from mx04.agate.dfw.synacor.com (LHLO mx04.agate.dfw.synacor.com)
    (10.40.0.43) by md09.agate.dfw.synacor.com with LMTP; Mon, 14 Oct 2013
    12:17:25 -0400 (EDT)
    Return-Path: <ulnw1@hotmail.com>
    X_CMAE_Category: , ,
    X-CNFS-Analysis: v=2.0 cv=BLExXSsG c=1 sm=1 a=uaGFu7ih6rsA:10 a=8uJ5MO_MQBgA:10 a=-hW6OHAokzcA:10 a=69EAbJreAAAA:8 a=KGjhK52YXX0A:10 a=HCmzGYxLSBAA:10 a=Ebx4ZHpTmCfc27fB1agA:9 a=pILNOxqGKmIA:10 a=vTzowgZDfh4A:10 a=S3XoswWoTeoA:10 a=3j4BkbkPAAAA:8 a=_W_S_7VecoQA:10 a=frz4AuCg-hUA:10 a=zcnldWS44SEQJPPK-S0A:9 a=KQqxNPgzF0kA:10 a=k3pfjHKhdx7Ewwg0:18 wl=host:39 a=0Aoox5Qzf48baMDEPENU+Q==:117
    X-CM-Score: 0
    X-Scanned-by: Cloudmark Authority Engine
    Authentication-Results: mx04.agate.dfw.synacor.com header.from=ulnw1@hotmail.com; sender-id=softfail
    Authentication-Results: mx04.agate.dfw.synacor.com smtp.mail=ulnw1@hotmail.com; spf=softfail; sender-id=softfail
    Received-SPF: softfail (mx04.agate.dfw.synacor.com: transitional domain hotmail.com does not designate 208.47.184.5 as permitted sender)
    Received: from [208.47.184.5] ([208.47.184.5:46508] helo=smtpout01.embarq.synacor.com)
    by smtp.embarq.synacor.com (envelope-from <ulnw1@hotmail.com>)
    (ecelerity 3.5.1.37854 r(Momo-dev:3.5.1.0)) with ESMTP
    id DB/81-29602-1191C525; Mon, 14 Oct 2013 12:17:24 -0400
    x-binding: migrated_binding
    X_CMAE_Category: 0,0 Undefined,Undefined
    X-CNFS-Analysis: v=2.1 cv=E9D0+8tl c=1 sm=0 tr=0 a=X/4VuEfykruHQYtuw1zXHA==:117 a=uaGFu7ih6rsA:10 a=8uJ5MO_MQBgA:10 a=-hW6OHAokzcA:10 a=69EAbJreAAAA:8 a=HCmzGYxLSBAA:10 a=Ebx4ZHpTmCfc27fB1agA:9 a=pILNOxqGKmIA:10 a=vTzowgZDfh4A:10 a=S3XoswWoTeoA:10 a=3j4BkbkPAAAA:8 a=_W_S_7VecoQA:10 a=frz4AuCg-hUA:10 a=LNxWm_Wqr_URRb1GIa4A:9 a=JQzHVsKFwuLSt0S1:18 a=KQqxNPgzF0kA:10
    X-CM-Score: 0
    X-Scanned-by: Cloudmark Authority Engine
    Authentication-Results: spam03.embarq.synacor.com smtp.mail=ulnw1@hotmail.com; spf=pass
    Received-SPF: pass (spam03.embarq.synacor.com: domain hotmail.com designates 65.55.34.82 as permitted sender)
    Received: from [65.55.34.82] ([65.55.34.82:30766] helo=col0-omc2-s8.col0.hotmail.com)
    by smtp.embarq.synacor.com (envelope-from <ulnw1@hotmail.com>)
    (ecelerity 2.2.3.49 r(42060/42061)) with ESMTP
    id 04/93-01378-A981C525; Mon, 14 Oct 2013 12:15:22 -0400
    Received: from COL130-W59 ([65.55.34.73]) by col0-omc2-s8.col0.hotmail.com with Microsoft SMTPSVC(6.0.3790.4675);
    Mon, 14 Oct 2013 09:15:24 -0700
    X-TMN: [1te0id7qRQUFqfWFxqqn+9M5kkOqH59H]
    X-Originating-Email: [ulnw1@hotmail.com]
    Message-ID: <COL130-W599D8D2861BABEAA8FDFA5FE1A0@phx.gbl>
    Content-Type: multipart/mixed;
    boundary="_0d2240b5-b0f2-4ce9-a409-b239606a6f13_"
    From: Montalto Harps <ulnw1@hotmail.com>
    To: <mike1980@embarqmail.com>
    Subject: Re:~$30 FLAT FEE- COMPUTER REPAIR~ (LEE COUNTY)
    Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 17:15:21 +0100
    Importance: Normal
    MIME-Version: 1.0
    X-OriginalArrivalTime: 14 Oct 2013 16:15:24.0677 (UTC) FILETIME=[96BD8350:01CEC8F8]




    All spam email is coming from 208.47.184.5 I run an ad on craiglists for my computer services and it has my real information on it. Anyways, I contacted his ISP a week ago and no repsonse no thing, and now it's coming in even worse. Is this the correct IP address 208.47.184.5 I just want to double check it. I ran it through spam anaylzer u can find using google.... I use Microsoft outlook and I created rules/filters to block this junk and have it go directly into my inbox but now it's coming a lot more.. What can I do to get rid of this spammer?

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    Use your ISP's web mail and report it as spam from there.

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    Spam in general is just killin me lately. IDK how I got on all these lists but I used to get hardly nothing... now I get a crap-ton for the last month or two. Ergh... and I don't know which services are worth paying for. My address at my business is the one getting spammed horribly... so I can't just easily change it.
    Analog = Classical
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    Use your ISP's webmail and use the spam filter.
    There is no one button to stop that garbage, so it may take a bit to cut that mess down to size.

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    I have multiple email addy's... so that might end up a bigger pain than all the spam. hehe.
    Have tried SpamHammer (I guess it fails the first attempt at delivery as if the connection were timing out, then accepts the second attempt... assuming spammers won't try again lol)
    Currently using SpamAssassin which seems pretty good. I thought it might catch too much so I just had a filter rule that would move all tagged messages to the Junk folder but now it's been running a while and I'm going to just drop the messages from now on. Hopefully this will be enough to take 90% of the crap away lol.
    Analog = Classical
    Digital = Techno

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    Can it be set up to throw that junk into that folder and once you list them as spam from there, it should after that dump them automatically?
    Just guessing, but I think I remeber a post somewhere where that business wasposted on how to do it. But that was a few years ago, if I remember right.

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