Debian users: anyone greylisting?
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 14:09:41 GMT 2006
On 17/11/06, Brett Charbeneau <brett at wrl.org> wrote:
> At Julian's and other's fine subscribers suggestions I've been trying to
> implement milter-gris on my Debian 3.1 box using sendmail as the MTA.
> I downloaded libsnert-1.62.tar.gz and milter-gris-0.19.tar.gz from
> snertsoft.com and ran into a bizarre version mis-match with makemap: milter-gris
> claims the hash version of /etc/mail/access.db is unsupported.
> I posted to the milter list, but the problem seems unique to the Debian
> distribution, so I can't expect them to offer much help there.
> I can't find makemap in the repository search at debian.org so I can't
> tell what package provided it nor will man makemap allow me to determine its
> version, so I'm stuck.
How about doing a
dpkg-query --search $(which makemap)
... Should yield the "owning" package (likely something like sendmail
> Is anyone out there using Debian and MS and sendmail *and* doing
> greylisting? If so, what's the drill?
Unfortunately no, not me at least:).
> Google offers up "relaydelay" and it gets good coverage here:
> but milter-gris comes so highly recommended on this list that I wanted
> to see if any other Debian user conquered the makemap goofiness.
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