nogin Posted July 1, 2004 Share Posted July 1, 2004 It used to be the case that the blocklist's "checkblock" URL would tell its reasons for listing a host even once the host is delisted. In my opinion, this is an essential feature since if an email is bounced because of the list, the user (or the admin of the listed host) might get around to looking at it only when the host is already delisted, and the justification for the listing better still be there. However I just realized that, for example, http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=checkblo...p=188.8.131.52 currently simply states "184.108.40.206 not listed in bl.spamcop.net", while I see in my logs that it was listed at some point on June 8th. Was the information justifying past listing removed on purpose? Why? Is it possible to get it back? Or is this just some kind of a glitch affecting just a specific IP? P.S. I am a paying user of the SpamCop reporting service and I mostly use it because I want to play my part in keeping bl.spamcop.net up-to-date. The less justification is provided by the "checkblock" URL, the more doubts I have about using bl.spamcop.net for filtering my own mail (and paying for the reporting service). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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