[Greylist-users] pobox servers

Scott Lair scott at lairhome.com
Tue Nov 21 14:24:08 PST 2006

Dennis Wynne wrote:
> I think you need to run the "not released" version of the script - it 
> ignores the last octet of the IP for matching up the triplet. As long as all 
> the mail has the same from and to and comes from the same range of IPs then 
> the 2nd message is accepted as a match.
> Or you may just need to turn on the option:
> my $do_relay_lookup_by_subnet = 1;

Looks like this in the relaydelay.conf file according the the cvs files.
Unfortuantely I don't have this file on my system.  I am running debian
sarge and installed the greylist package from them.  Is there another
way I can get this behavior?

thanks for the quick reply,


> On older versions the default was 0, or false (I guess on really old version 
> did not exist). The default in the latest code is now true.
> Dennis
> ===== Original Message from greylist-users at lists.puremagic.com (Greylisting 
> Users and Developers Discuss) at 11/21/06 2:46 pm
> >Hello,
> >
> >I am using pobox.com as an email forwarder.  Pobox mail is coming
> >from different servers.  When someone sends me an email, say john at abc.com,
> >greylist correctly adds it to the greylist. An hour later john at abc.com
> >resends the mail, but it comes through a different mail server, so
> >greylist adds that to the greylist.  This could continue happening
> >and the mail may never get through.  Is there a way to rewrite
> >mail coming from pobox.com to always be from the same server and ip?
> >Making greylist a bit less restrictive might also work.  Is there a
> >way to do this or possibly another solution?
> >

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