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    SPAM blacklisted IP - reason for blacklisting

    Please where can i see reason an IP was blacklisted for sending SPAM?

    There is bunch of services like:
    DNSBL Information - Spam Database Lookup
    Email Blacklist Check - See if your server is blacklisted
    Blacklistmaster - Blacklist monitor. Daily blacklist check.

    They show on which blacklist i am, but i did not found single service which allows seeing reason or part of the spam message?

    In my case, an IP under my control is blacklisted at: SORBS Aggregate zone SORBS Spam (last 48 hours) SORBS Spam (last 28 days) Spamcop UCEPROTECT Level 1

    so question, where to see the detils on why im there, possibly spam message part. Thx
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    According to wiki many of the lists keep samples or allow access to score information.
    Comparison of DNS blacklists - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Linux Engineer docbop's Avatar
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    Woodshed, CA
    Getting blacklisted isn't very hard Google seems to Blacklist people all the time, the problem is the lists copy each other. Then getting off Blacklists can be a pain. Last place I was at during out beta phase we got blacklisted a couple times, luckily for us one of the content writers was an out of work lawyer when she contacted Google and others they removed us quickly.
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