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Greylisting is a spam filtering method that rejects email from external servers on the first try. Spammers don't usually retry sending their messages, whereas legitimate mail servers do.
While Postgrey is designed for use with Postfix, it can also be used with Exim.
Postgrey - a Postfix policy server for greylisting ================================================== Requirements ------------ - Perl >= 5.6.0 - Net::Server (Perl Module) - IO::Multiplex (Perl Module) - BerkeleyDB (Perl Module) - Berkeley DB >= 4.1 (Library) - Digest::SHA (Perl Module, only for --privacy option) Documentation ------------- See POD documentation in postgrey. Execut more»
Postgrey for Debian ------------------- (These instructions assume you use Postfix. See README.exim for how to use Postgrey with Exim.) To use Postgrey, put something along the lines of smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, reject_unauth_destination, check_policy_service inet:127.0.0.1:10023 in your /etc/postfix/main.cf (Postfix 2.1 or newer is required. more»
Using Postgrey with Exim ------------------------ Whilst Postgrey is designed to work with the Postfix MTA it is possible to get it to work with Exim. This isn't the only way to get greylisting to work under Exim, and it might not even be the easiest. Postgrey does, however, have some advantages over the alternatives that may be useful depending on your situation. In order to get Postgrey an more»
postgrey (1.32-1) unstable; urgency=low Postgrey is now listening to port 10023 and not 60000. T more»
POSTGREYREPORT(1)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioPOSTGREYREPORT(1) NAME postgreyreport - more»
POLICY-TEST(8) User Contributed Perl Documentation POLICY-TEST(8) NAME policy-test - Po more»
POSTGREY(8) User Contributed Perl Documentation POSTGREY(8) NAME postgrey - Postf more»
postgrey (1.34-1.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Fix pending l10n issues. D more»