[nycbug-talk] greylisting proxies?
george at galis.org
Sat Oct 7 11:18:20 EDT 2006
On Fri, Oct 06, 2006 at 11:45:35AM -0400, Francisco Reyes wrote:
>George Georgalis writes:
>> and greylisting purges 97% of of them, with low (0?) false positives.
>Only problem, I know of, with Greylisting is that some (non spammer)
>companies use special delivery programs. In particular I have seen American
>Express uses such a system. They will take the initial error as permanent..
I think AOL does some non standard stuff too, but I won't be going through
any hoops to support their protocols either. ...That said
>I am using sqlgrey and they have a list of IPs from companies that their
>systems will take the temporary failure as permanent and not retry. They
>also update the list and you can get the latest list from them.
if they support a white list of non-complient MTAs, where is it?
George Georgalis, systems architect, administrator <IXOYE><
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