[Greylist-users] Is it Possible to NOT use client_ip?

Rob Morin rob at dido.ca
Fri Nov 30 12:15:58 PST 2007

Thanks for the reply and the test results, however, not being a perl 
guru, i would be scared to try anything  unless i was following docs or 
a patch...
Thanks for your info on the subject....

Rob Morin
Dido Internet Inc.

Sean Conner wrote:
> It was thus said that the Great Rob Morin once stated:
>> What do i do to Postgrey to allow only sender and recipient and no IP?
>> Or do i use x-grey with my postfix, i am confused a bit?
>> Thanks
>   I would say modify the source to Postgrey to ignore the IP address; it's
> what I did to X-Grey (since it doesn't have an option to ignore IP
> addresses) to run the test (you did ask "Would postgrey still be useful if
> it checked only the to and from?" and since I have a huge list of tuples, I
> figured I could at least answer that question).
>   I will say, however, that modifying Postgrey (written in Perl if I'm not
> mistaken) will be easier than modifying X-Grey (written in C).
>   -spc 
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