Colm Buckley hath declared on Tuesday the 08 day of February 2005 :-:
> > Does this apply to _all_ messages received by dagda, or only the first
> > message from a given host?
>> Greylists are maintained on the triple (client_ip, source_address,
> destination_address). The first time each triple is encountered, it's
> bounced with a 450. If the same triple is encountered again within
> 300 seconds, it's bounced with a 450. When 300 seconds have elapsed,
> it will be accepted.
Eh... so this mail will have to go through this "greylist" process.
If I send another mail tomorow or next friday from the same
client_ip/src_addr/dest_addr will it already be in the whitelist and
pass through without delay, or will it have to go through the "greylist"
process again ?
Que fifty people replying with the same answer to a question coz the
other 49 replies havn't hit the list yet... :)
Not that that doesn't happen already.... ;-)
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were special, and we knew he'd be there for us.
A cult leader, right down to the sneakers.
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