[Greylist-users] Re: Which greylist system for fastest & easiest
Eddy L O Jansson
eddy at klopper.net
Thu Apr 21 17:22:57 PDT 2005
On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 17:10:24 -0500, Graham Toal <gtoal at gtoal.com> wrote:
> So, two questions: do any commercial spam filters offer
> greylisting as well? (eg Brightmail, that kind of appliance)
There are, but I don't remember any names.
> a reliable greylist that won't require lots of manual tweaking
> and will 'just work' reliably (and reasonably unattended)?
I run a small server, so it might not be terribly relevant, but
I use the greylistd package in debian. Pretty much zero manual
configuration nowadays, at least when coupled with exim4. Just
"apt-get install greylistd", answer some questions and you're done.
It's a bit spartan though. No built in rules for automatic white-listing
based on outgoing mail, no fancy web interface, and it uses its own flat
file format -- so it's not ideal if you want to sit around pulling off
fancy queries, but one less dependance/faultpoint -- just perfect for me.
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