Google gmail

Guy Story KC5GOI kc5goi at
Wed Jul 23 23:47:35 IST 2008

Richard Frovarp wrote:
> Peter Farrow wrote:
>> Richard Frovarp wrote:
>>> Marco mangione wrote:
>>>> uhm.. and what do you suggest for greylisting? gmail have too much 
>>>> server that reply...
>>> Don't greylist google. You can't trust blacklists containing Google, 
>>> so the delay is of no help there. You know that google is going to 
>>> retry again, as they have proper SMTPs. I don't know that there is 
>>> much purpose in greylisting them.
>> Well, get the IP range and blacklist  it.    My experience of 
>> googlemail is cheap/nasty/spammy, to be avoided, anyone who uses it 
>> for business purposes isn't serious about business...
>> Just my pennies worth.
>> Pete
> Um, okay. Customers using gmail are still customers. I'm also pretty 
> certain that not every piece of mail coming in is business only. I 
> would never use it as my business email. However, I do use it to 
> contact businesses as my work, school, and apache accounts are for 
> those uses.
Richard, I have the same concerns about the spam issue but I understand 
your viewpoint about customers.   I personally would use the whitelist 
file and add the domain.  It will force a dns look up but you will not 
have to worry about the IP addresses.


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