Author: M.Prince (2 Feb 05 4:43pm)
That does seem odd, but I think it's just a quirk of hour our system caches data. Each honey pot is given a pool of available addresses from the central database. That pool is only refreshed when the honey pot begins to run low. At that time, the harvester data is also uploaded back to the database and then, at least once a day, the stats for all the honey pots get updated and that's what's displayed on your site.
Our mail servers are also independent of the database and don't necessarily update on the same schedule as the honey pots.
What I'm guessing happened is that a harvester visited your site and picked up at least one address. That address was then clobbered with spam messages. Your honey pot hasn't checked back in so the harvester visits hasn't updated yet. However, probably in the next 24 hours, your honey pot will check in and the stats should normalize.
Sorry for the confusion. I'll watch your stats and make sure nothing too funky is going on.