[Greylist-users] How do you know when you are ready?
morris at maynidea.com
Tue Feb 24 12:06:07 PST 2004
I "tested" it by installing it on my least challenging network (least mail
traffic) adn as it turns out I got the local whitelisting wrong and pissed
off the manager. But once all was running smoothly I went ahead and
installed it on two other networks. On those, the main problem has been
anxiety from users who know about the change, that they were not receiving
expected mail because of it. So far that has not been the case.
From: Christopher Baker [mailto:chris at chrisbaker.net]
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 7:37 PM
To: Greylisting Users and Developers Discussion
Subject: [Greylist-users] How do you know when you are ready?
How do you know when you are ready? How do you test it?
I installed Exim, mySQL, and some PERL modules on a SuSE box today. Am I
ready to do graylisting yet?
We currently have our mail hosted outside. When I am confident that
graylisting is set up properly, I will have the domain moved. Does
anyone have any other suggestions?
Thanks again. This is a good list.
FRANK BURNS: Unless we each conform, unless we
obey orders, unless we follow our leaders blindly, there
is no possible way we can remain free.
_M*A*S*H_, "The Novocaine Mutiny"
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