Judging by the 1) lack of rDNS and 2) paucity of actual email traffic across 
all the IPs, I'd suggest it's *NOT* Office365, but more likely rogue machines 
in Azure.

Michael J Wise
Microsoft Corporation| Spam Analysis
"Your Spam Specimen Has Been Processed."
Got the Junk Mail Reporting 
Tool<http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18275> ?

-----Original Message-----
From: mailop <mailop-boun...@mailop.org> On Behalf Of Jesper Sörtoft
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 5:08 AM
To: mailop@mailop.org
Subject: Re: [mailop] Misleading clicks - thoughts


those are in our webserverlogs too.

Kind of related, anyone seeing

40.107.194.*/40.107.200.*/40.107.201.*/40.107.202.* etc ?

Microsoft IP's, I'm guessing they are somehow related to Office 365. And they 
are "clicking" unsubscribe-links (more or less randomly), against the 
recipients wishes.

On 2018-06-12 13:17, Stefano Bagnara wrote:

> On Tue, 12 Jun 2018 at 10:25, Andy Onofrei via mailop 
> <mailop@mailop.org<mailto:mailop@mailop.org>> wrote:

>> [...]

>> I wanted to ask you if someone is experiencing misleading clicks ( caused by 
>> spam filters or something similar and not by bot farms ).

> Hi,


> Here are some of the IPs doing more "non-humans" clics in my list:



> ( and seem to have stopped in march).


> I didn't investigate on them.,.. but maybe you want to check your data.


> Stefano


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> michael.wise%40microsoft.com%7C83a4acbf881445ab9e3d08d5d05e3dfd%7C72f9

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Best regards

Jesper Sörtoft

Deliverability Specialist

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