Sat Feb 28 00:53:55 UTC 2004
> Fortunately, I turned on greylisting, and it's been my biggest victory > against spam to date. I've had three false negatives (out of 300/day or > so) in the past one to two months (combined with SpamAssassin and regular > DCC). Two of those were nigerian spams from the same ISP (one of the more > notorious ones), and one was from a compromised formmail script. I just did some homework on greylisting, and it looks interesting. Unfortunately it looks like I can't use it because I do all my spam identification post-MTA with Spamassassin. It sounds pretty similar to Spamassassin's auto-whitelist feature, which I also don't use.
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