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Re: public blacklists



Am Mi, den 08.12.2004 schrieb Mike Klinke um 18:21:

> > We did a paid study on the issue. The bottom line is that
> > greylisting is great for reducing spam but may be HORRIBLE in a
> > business environment.
 
> After having used it for the past 6 months or so in a small business 
> environment and having nothing but excellent results I'm interested 
> in how you arrived at your conclusion. Is this a problem of scale?
> 
> Regards, Mike Klinke

Seem Red Hat now uses greylisting his own too. My last posting was
deferred and I saw following in my mail server's log:

Dec 10 03:55:18 noc sm-mta[34507]: iBA2t4kA034505:
to=<fedora-list redhat com>, delay=00:00:13, xdelay=00:00:12,
mailer=esmtp, pri=32357, relay=mx2.redhat.com. [66.187.237.31],
dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: 451 4.7.1 greylisted for 21 minutes and 27
seconds.

Alexander


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