Allan E. Johannesen
aej at WPI.EDU
Tue Oct 18 05:50:00 PDT 2005
>>>>> "info" == Bart Mortelmans <info at bNamed.net> writes:
info> Hi, I've been testing my own greylist implementation for a couple of days
info> now and noticed that there still is some work to be done in whitelisting
info> sending servers that just won't try again (within a reasonable time). I
info> started by grabbing the withelist from
info> http://greylisting.org/whitelisting.shtml but soon had to add some more.
Yes, there appears to no central repository of failing MTAs of otherwise
I mailed this in, but have received no response and there has been no change in
the whitelist. Maybe you can add this to your list:
From: "Allan E. Johannesen" <aej at WPI.EDU>
To: eharris at puremagic.com
cc: aej at WPI.EDU
Subject: [gtoal at gtoal.com: Re: [Greylist-users] Adelphia vs greylisting]
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 22:45:13 -0400
Would this be worthy of inclusion in the white list?
Their retries are pathalogic.
Thanks for your consideration.
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From: Graham Toal <gtoal at gtoal.com>
To: greylist-users at lists.puremagic.com
Subject: Re: [Greylist-users] Adelphia vs greylisting
Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 16:00:16 -0500
> Does anyone know the range of ticketmaster MX senders? This seems pretty
> sketchy as to whether the email will make it through or not. It depends on the
> random IP of the retry ending up matching a prior random IP, within the
> acceptable greylist interval.
I've been using this without any complaints for many months now.
126.96.36.199/24 # Ticketmaster
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