Stef Morrell stef at
Mon Sep 25 16:16:22 IST 2006


Using postgrey here with postfix. Also no real complaints from users -
although there was
some muttering and grumbling initially as the system was learning the
legitimate sources and holding up most mail. I wouldn't turn it off
though, it's a massive difference to what I'm rejecting at the MTA

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	From: mailscanner-bounces at
[mailto:mailscanner-bounces at] On Behalf Of Douglas
	Sent: 22 September 2006 19:13
	To: MailScanner discussion
	Subject: Re: Greylisting...
	We use graylisting in postfix and cache successful responses in
a database.  It has cut back a good bit on the spam and I have not had
any feedback from end users regarding dropped messages.
	On 9/22/06, Jeremy Blonde <JeremyBlonde at> wrote: 

				Just wanted to ask the list if they are
using greylisting and if they've enountered any problems with using it.
I've implemented a small delay and it seems to be working okay right
		Jeremy Blonde 
		Instructional Technology - Server Support 
		Grant Joint Union High School District  


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