Upon any visit to that hidden page, the event is logged. This is not an indication of guilt, only of the likelyhood of this being a spam harvester.
This is always an IP address (not a domain name). It does not cause any blocking action, it is merely logged FYI. There is no public removal mechanism, the fact of past a visit cannot be changed retroactively.
More detailed information can be found elsewhere on this website.
The Blocklist operates only on the connection information of the mail sender. Itdoes not take into account the contents of the email (header or body) at all.
There will be a removal request button available. Clicking it and providing a legitimate email address will cause removal.
This may be an IP address or domain name.
Listing has no direct consequences, it merely causes the 'Outhouse' to not even attempt to perform DNS resolution lookups on this address. However, by not having all the information possible available, Vintners.Net staff are more likely to take a dim view of de-listing this address were it to be listed.
This will always be an IP address. There is no public removal mechanism.
This may be an IP address, domain name, or username. There is no public listing or delisting mechanism -- this can only be done by Vintners.Net staff.
Listing will be a web URL. There is no public delisting mechanism, beyond an email request to Vintners.Net abuse-management staff. Note that a delisting from the Blocklist will usually imply a delisting from the milter list.