Delisting request on mail-abuse.com (Trend Micro's Network Reputation Services)

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  1. asiatiki

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    I recently found out some of my IPs being on the mail-abuse.org QIL database blacklist.

    I clicked on the nice link that says "Remove", followed the instructions and got a confirmation message saying

    "XXX.XX.XXX.XX has been removed from the QIL database."

    However, when I lookup the IP again they are still listed - Even after 72 hours.

    Is this normal? Is the "Remove" function even working?
     

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