> The service provides a date and time stamp for the mail server admins to
> investigate the sender. In this case, there were two attempts to deliver
> at 20:57 CET on Feb 22. If the mail server stops trying to deliver email
> to the spamtraps, then the mail server will automatically be removed
> from the blacklist on Feb 29 at 22:00 CET.
> The mail server admins need to check the server logs, find out who was
> sending messages to the spamtraps, and see if there are indeed spammers
> operating from that server.
That's idealistic way of thinking. The reality is that it's a server of a web
hosting company. And there's way too many logs to dig through.
Without help form the UCEProtect side, it's not realistically possible to even
begin to investigate the issue.