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Re: Greylisting google's gmail servers
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Greylisting google's gmail servers
- From: Moritz Grimm <mlist_(_at_)_scapa_(_dot_)_dnsalias_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2005 22:46:58 +0100
Joseph C. Bender wrote:
Instead, I suggest to use a ``no rdr'' line after rdr'ing those in the
blacklists to spamd. Actually, yes, because it makes your filter rulesets easier to parse
visually, but you want the "no rdr" *first*. This is the configuration
that we are using.
Uh well, to each his own -- in my case, spews1 hasn't caused any false
positives, yet. When I whitelist someone like Gmail and it shows up in
SPEWS1 eventually, I really need no more mail from @gmail.com accounts.
(Personal choice, and according to the SPEWS FAQ I *should* be doing
well with it.)
Spam filtering needs to be done individually up to a certain point, so
here we have two suggestions, both legitimate. Those who are following
any of this advice should know/learn what they're doing and then make a
decision (possibly after some testing) according to their needs.
P.S.: Another table with another no rdr line in front with the "I really
need mail from these guys no matter what"-IPs and netblocks is still an
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