On Thu, 01 Jun 2006, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Jun 2006, Peter McEvoy wrote:
>> >If I understand you correctly, what you describe is impossible. You need
> >to decide whether to defer the message before the data part of the smtp
>> Which is perfectly possible in SMTP.
>Which is what I thought, the MTA could defer the message, yet
squirrel away a sneaky copy, add a X-GrayList-Deferred header and
bang it off to me. At least that way, I would be guaranteed to
always have a copy of every message sent to me spam or not, which is
what I like about SpamAssassin etc..
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