Colm Buckley wrote:
> Anyway, yes, once a (client, source, destination) triple tries again
> after the delay, that triple is good to send mail to its heart's
> content. Unless I reset the database, of course.
I did, of course, assume this was not the case - for whatever reason
(stress? lack of tea? inability to read/type/think/spell/contruct
coherent grammatically complete sentences through the medium of the
I'd be interested in seeing (if you're collecting them) statistics on
how much spam this system rejects - and what the load on the server
looks like, compared to what it looked like without greylisting.
When greylisting is only applied to a triple once and once only
(assuming it resends successfully) it becomes a much less bad thing, in
the greater scheme of $stuff.
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