[Greylist-users] Definitive whitelist?
jim at wrightthisway.com
Tue Dec 12 22:43:31 PST 2006
I have the following subnets are being Yahoo's. There may be more, I
add them as I find them. I've just added the one you found as well. ;)
On Dec 12, 2006, at 9:15 PM, Development - multi.art.studio wrote:
> just a hint, but the easiest solution to solve that is to use a subnet
> query for mtas. if that ip matches a greylisted ip subnet, its fine.
> i just work on that with my exim+sql solution.
> James J Dempsey wrote:
>> I just had a problem with some yahoo group not being able to send
>> to my
>> users due to their non-compliant mail servers.
>> We all knew that yahoo groups were non compliant, and the
>> server has yahoo listed in its whitelist at
>> <URL: http://cvs.puremagic.com/viewcvs/greylisting/schema/
>> 66.218.66 # Yahoo Groups servers (common pool, no retry)
>> 66.218.67 # Yahoo Groups servers (common pool, no retry)
>> 66.218.69 # Yahoo Groups servers (common pool, no retry)
>> Unfortunately, the mail my user was getting from yahoo groups came
>> mail.re3.yahoo.com at 188.8.131.52.
>> I did a web search for "yahoo groups" AND whitelist AND greylist
>> and came up
>> with some other IP ranges for yahoo groups, but none that included
>> the IP
>> address above.
>> Is there some definitive maintained up-to-date list of misbehaving
>> for greylist users?
>> I'm tempted to put /^mail\..*\.yahoo.com/ in my postgrey's
>> file. Would that be a mistake?
>> --Jim Dempsey--
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