Greylisting and SMTP AUTH?

Spike Ilacqua
Sun Dec 21 01:03:59 UTC 2003

> Yes, if a message was embargoed, then it is logged when it is passed.

Logged in the original log file?  If so I could proably make that work.

> I added the "log no-grey" kludge because of what I understood
> happened at another organization.  Requiring that attention be 
> paid to "embargo ended" log messages can be major requirement.

OK, if I use "log no-grey", is there a log of messages that didn't
survive greylisting?  Have no log (user visable) of rejected mail could
cause confusion of it's own.



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