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Re: can you greylist custom header checks etc?

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  • Troy Piggins
    ... Thanks mate. Bit of reading for me there, so am looking into it. -- Troy Piggins
    Message 1 of 4 , May 25, 2011
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      * Robert Schetterer wrote :
      >* Am 24.05.2011 13:43, schrieb Noel Jones:
      >>* On 5/24/2011 2:38 AM, Troy Piggins wrote:
      >>
      >>> Just curious if it's possible to pass messages that match certain
      >>> header checks to postgrey instead of flat out rejecting them. The
      >>> reason I ask is that I was trying out some of the S25R
      >>> http://www.gabacho-net.jp/en/anti-spam/anti-spam-system.html
      >>> rejection rules, and started noticing false positives. One sender
      >>> was trying and trying to send, but kept getting the 4xx message and
      >>> not getting through.
      >>
      >> Sorry, there is no built-in header_checks action to call a policy service.
      >>
      >> A milter or proxy could do this.
      >
      > perhaps he did mean
      > selective greylisting
      >
      > i.e like this
      >
      > http://lists.ee.ethz.ch/postgrey/msg01214.html
      <snip />

      Thanks mate. Bit of reading for me there, so am looking into it.

      --
      Troy Piggins
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