[Greylist-users] How do you know when you are ready?
chris at chrisbaker.net
Tue Feb 24 21:26:50 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.
I wouldn't tell them what you are doing. We could solve much of our spam
problem if we would simply remove all the e-mail addresses from our web
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"
Chris Baker -- www.chrisbaker.net
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"When you stop growing, you start dying."
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