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Re: ByPass greylisting by domain?

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  • Darek
    ... Ditto. Most of the greylisting servers I tried had some sort of exclusion / inclusion mechanism, and the way it is handled varies for each one. You ll
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 4, 2006
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      Brian Collins wrote:
      > On Wed, 2006-10-04 at 04:20 -0400, Joey wrote:
      >
      >> Is there a way to have certain domains that we host bypass the
      >> greylisting feature?
      >> Meaning if we receive email for abc.com that we tell the server NOT to
      >> do greylisting for any incoming mail for that domain, but of course
      >> for the rest.
      >>
      >> Thanks
      >>
      >
      > If you use sqlgrey, you can configure it so that it does greylisting for
      > only domains that you specify, or you can do the opposite and tell it to
      > do greylisting for all domains except the ones you specify. The same
      > for email addresses. I use it in that manner in a setup for which we
      > host 150+ domains and 23,000+ email addresses. Works great.
      > http://sqlgrey.sourceforge.net/
      >
      > --Brian
      >

      Ditto. Most of the greylisting servers I tried had some sort of
      exclusion / inclusion mechanism, and the way it is handled varies for
      each one. You'll have to consult the documentation for your particular
      version.

      - Darek
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