Author: H.User1325 (22 Nov 12 10:05am)
The only thing I have send related to limits is in the from the ToS:
" You further acknowledge that Unspam may terminate service for accounts which it determines are abusing the HTTP:BL system, submitting excessive queries, using excessive bandwidth, or engaging in other behavior which may harm the HTTP:BL service, Project Honey Pot, or Unspam. It is Unspam's sole discretion to make determinations regarding any account's termination."
Who know what "excessive queries" are? Just wondering, what rate to you feel is "a high number of requests"?
I have notices some other post here asking about IP not being listed in http:BL, but showing up when looking up the IP manually gives results. May be a data base issue?? Apposed to you reaching a limit, it would seem to me more likely that the db server is reaching a limit and just dumps request back to keep response time down. That way it effects only the user's request not looked up instead of slowing down everyone's response time.