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(Answer) (Category) SpamCop FAQ : (Category) SpamCop Parsing and Reporting Service : (Category) Parsing and reporting spam with SpamCop - decisions, problems :
What does "no date available" mean?
Why does SpamCop sometimes state "no date available" when reporting an ISP believes an issue is already resolved?

SpamCop keeps most data for only 30 days. If the issue you are trying to report was marked as resolved more than 30 days ago, SpamCop does not know the exact date it was marked resolved.

This statement should not affect your appealing the issue. Follow the normal protocol of testing if the URL or email address is still active before filing an appeal (see FAQ How do I decide an appeal of status is warranted?)

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