[Greylist-users] Greylisting + Postfix
camis at mweb.co.za
Sat Jul 24 23:43:15 PDT 2004
For those people using Postfix, i've attached the latest
version of my Greylisting/Policy Daemon for Postfix.
All triplet information is stored in MySQL..
It has some usefull options that i havent seen in any
other implementation. (opt-in/opt-out/training mode
Usage: ./policyd <args>
-d (daemon mode)
Detach from the current terminal and all logging
will go to syslog.
-f (failover mode)
Failover mode will prevent the Policy Daemon
from being a single point of failure. If MySQL
goes down at all, all incoming mail will flow
-h (help menu)
This menu ;)
Usefull for large ISP's which wish to give their
users the ability to opt in or opt out of the
-t (training mode)
Usefull for large ISP's which wish to build up a
collection of triplets for a period of time with
out having any mails rejected.
-m (minutes before accepting triplet)
The first time a mail delivery attempt happens,
the time will be recorded. This option ensures
that the Policy Daemon will not accept that mail
until the specified amount of time passes. This
is usefull as it catches senders that try to
deliver the same message continously / rapidly.
This generates lots of logs so avoid using it
unless there are problems..
-w (path to whitelist.txt)
whitelists should be in the format of (C|D)class
You can put comments afterwards if you wish.
127.0.0 # allow localhost
196.2.166 # allow name of client
questions / comments / ideas etc can goto: camis at mweb.co.za
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