[Greylist-users] Authenticated relays

Evan Harris eharris at puremagic.com
Sat Aug 2 14:49:01 PDT 2003

How are they being authenticated?  If you are using sendmail's
authentication mechanism, there is a specific test in the code that should
exempt them from the delay.  Look for the block in the code dealing with
$authen to see how.


On Sat, 2 Aug 2003, Alan Batie wrote:

> I have a number of users who, for whatever reason, have a different
> access provider, but still use me for mail.  I have sendmail set up for
> authenticated relaying, but their mail clients still look like any other
> mail relay to the milter and get TEMPFAIL until they retry.  Is there
> any way to tell that a relay has authenticated itself and allow them to
> pass?
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