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Convert Spamcop Submission to new filtering system, Convert Spamcop Submission to new filtering system
 
Roelof has helped me find a filter to assist in reporting confirmed spam. But when I add it the the filtering system in the bat 3.8, it doesn't work. I am assuming that it is because of the new filtering system (v1 vs v2)
The filters wont paste in their current format into sorting office. If I add the header to the filter before copy/paste of $$$$ TB! Message Filter $$$$ then it does paste but creates and empty filter.
Could someone please advise how I might convert it to the new system? Or if there is some help tutorial/manual/wiki etc on it?
I would then like to edit it, but first want to get it working as is.

Thanks

The full filter info is below:
from: http://cgi.silverstones.com/library.php?category=Filter#spamcop_submission
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ToDo: First copy these filters to Notepad or SmartBat and tidy them up. You
will have to specify your own SpamCop spam submission address in the "forward
message" action option.  You must also make sure that the "Actions:" are
pasted as a single line of text and not wrapped as they appear here. Copy
the tidied up filter to the clipboard and then paste it into your sorting
office using Ctrl-V.

===================== Filter starts here
BeginFilter
Name: Submit spam to SpamCop
Active: 0
Source: \Inbox
Target: \Trash
CopyFolder: \\\\none
MainSet: 40.
Actions: faMarkRead,faNewMsg,faExport,faoExportOver,faoExportKludges,
faoManualOnly,faoHotKey,faoSaveUnix
NewAddr: submit.ShusJmC3eoSbRk41@spam.spamcop.net
NewTemplate: %put\3D\27C:\5Ctemp\5Cexport.txt\27\D\A
ExtFile: C:\temp\export.txt
HotKey: 49235
SaveTemplate: \D\A
EndFilter


Then - there is what happens when the notification comes back from SpamCop
that the reports are ready to process. You can automate the procedure with
the following filter. You may need to change the launcher (which refers to
IE) if IE is not your preferred browser.

***NEW***: This version of the procedure now logs into your SpamCop account
too. You will have to change the "name%%%%40domain.com:password" text to be
your account name and password. Oh yes, the %%%%40 is an "@" sign in
macro+batch file encoding.

Once again, copy these filters to Notepad or SmartBat and tidy them up
before pasting them into the sorting office. The one to pay special
attention to here is the SaveTemplate command, which should not have
any line breaks.

===================== Filter starts here
BeginFilter
Name: SpamCop AutoResponder
Active: 1
Source: \Inbox
Target: \Trash
MainSet: 00spamcop.net
MainSet: 20SpamCop has accepted
Actions: faMarkRead,faExport,faExternal,faoExportOver,faoWaitCompletion
ExtCmd: C:\temp\spamcop.bat
ExtFile: C:\temp\spamcop.bat
SaveTemplate: \22c:\5CProgram\20Files\5CInternet\20Explorer\5CIEXPLORE.EXE\22\20%-
             \D\Ahttp://name%%%%40domain.com:password@members.%-
             \D\A%REGEXPTEXT\3D\22spamcop.net/sc\5CS*\22\D\Acls\D\A
EndFilter

If you are a user of the free service, you don't need to log in. Here's a
version of that filter for you folks.

Once again, copy these filters to Notepad or SmartBat and tidy them up
#before pasting them into the sorting office. The one to watch again is
the SaveTemplate command.

===================== Filter starts here
BeginFilter
Name: SpamCop AutoResponder
Active: 1
Source: \Inbox
Target: \Trash
MainSet: 00spamcop.net
MainSet: 20SpamCop has accepted
Actions: faMarkRead,faExport,faExternal,faoExportOver,faoWaitCompletion
ExtCmd: C:\temp\spamcop.bat
ExtFile: C:\temp\spamcop.bat
SaveTemplate: \22c:\5CProgram\20Files\5CInternet\20Explorer\5CIEXPLORE.EXE\22\20%-
             \D\Ahttp://%REGEXPTEXT\3D\22spamcop.net/sc\5CS*\22\D\Acls\D\A
EndFilter
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