Re: greylisting on debian.org?
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> The specific example used was some spam source sitting in the same /27
> netblock in a colo server room, and getting through the graylister because
> a proper MTA from the same /27 netblock had already been added to the
> "approve it, it does retries" list of the graylister.
Ok, now I understand. As I've already said, graylisting on /27
netblocks amounts to inventing new network standards, which I believe
should go through the IETF standardization process before we block
email from people who don't comply with our newly invented standards.
If you don't think the standard could make it through the IETF,
doesn't that tell you something?