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Ticket Numbers #2

In No Ticket Number For Help Form Entries?, I expressed my dismay in submitting problem reports, and getting back acknowledgement, but without a ticket number.

Today, I submitted a Spam Blog Notification, and got an interesting botmail (and the typo is in my original report):
Re: [#545569] Spam Blog Nitification

Hi there,

Thanks for contacting Blogger Support. We will review your message and respond as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience.

Sincerely,
Blogger Support


Did they restore the ticket number, and simplify the message content? Or does this vary depending upon which of the selections in the list is used:

  • My blog is gone!
  • I can't post. (I'm on Blog*Spot)
  • I can't post. (I'm on my own server)
  • I can't post pictures.
  • Template or Display Problems
  • Comments and Backlinks
  • Profile Issues
  • Team Blogs
  • Mail Features (BlogSend, Blogger Mobile, Mail-to-Blogger)
  • Add-Ons (Blogger for Word, Picasa, hit counters, etc.)
  • AdSense Issues
  • Blogger is Down!
  • Report a TOS violation
  • Other

Update (13:19 June 22, 2006):
A second botmail, with more detail, suggesting that action is pending?

Hello,

Thanks for writing us regarding this possible Terms of Service violation. We will examine it soon and take action as necessary.

Sincerely,
The Blogger Team



Original Message Follows:
------------------------
From: "{U 758968 B 0}"
Subject: Spam Blog Nitification
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 20:02:33 -0000

This blog redirects to a commercial site selling a possibly illegal product:
http://phentermineus.blogspot.com/


ItemType: TOS
BlogId: 0
BlogName: No blog in particular
UserID: 758968
UserQueue: 20

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