[Greylist-users] Greylist-users Digest, Vol 53, Issue 2
goisman at physics.arizona.edu
Wed Nov 28 16:10:52 PST 2007
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 12:40:37 +0000
From: "R.Oxley" <rafe.oxley at moving-edge.net>
Subject: Re: [Greylist-users] IPs skipping relaydelay
To: Greylisting Users and Developers Discussion
<greylist-users at lists.puremagic.com>
have they been whitelisted in your spamdb?
what do the log files report for the IPs involved?
No whitelisting and no OK in the accessdb. The only log touched was
the maillog. And that showed only one entry for the IPs. I was bitten
with DAG's perl-MIME-tools-5.425-1 update which killed mimedefang and
my mail server. Although I was without mimedefang for a few days, until
I fixed the perl-MIME-tools problem, the update may have affected
relaydelay too. Anyhow, I'll watch for repeats of the problem reported
below. If I see more action there, I'll get back with the list.
Philip Goisman wrote:
> In the past week I've been experiencing IPs that are not being
> challenged by relaydelay. The usual practice is to tempfail an
> IP for an hour after which if the sending e-mail server responds
> correctly, the e-mail is delivered.
> The system on which greylisting is invoked is a redhat el4 system.
> Most of the time this works. But for a subnet starting with 216.83,
> they are getting by the relay check.
> Anyone have any ideas on this?
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