On Wed, 31 May 2006, jason corcoran wrote:
>>> I have been getting more and more frustrated with spam on my mail server. So I have implemented postgrey. It seems to be working, are there any gotchas I should look for in the mail log for the next while?
Yeah - greylisting rocks, brought my spam down to 0, only issue is,
a lot of signup type sites don't retry and unless you read your
maillogs religiously you have no idea if you are missing mail.
Does anyone know if it is possible to have a scenario where the
inital mail gets a header added and delivered to my mailbox but at
the same time, the retry is sent to the originating server. That
way, I could filter the mail into a junk folder for checking and
have a clean inbox.
P.S. using exim graylistd
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