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Re: greylisting on debian.org?



Le mar 18 juillet 2006 00:08, Magnus Holmgren a écrit :
> On Monday 17 July 2006 23:41, Pierre Habouzit took the opportunity to 
write:
> > Le lun 17 juillet 2006 19:53, Adrian von Bidder a écrit :
> > > So the question is, imho, not if we should potentially lock out
> > > users of big mail pools - those are in the default whitelists
> > > anyway by now.  The question is: can we temporarily (until they
> > > can be whitelisted) lock out users of
> > > "standards?-who-needs-standards?" systems that don't implement
> > > sensible queueing.  Many of these sites are small - but there are
> > > also a few bigger names: Yahoo groups, Amazon, Roche, Motorola.
> > > (According to postgrey's default whitelist. Some of these are
> > > from 2004 or earlier, and AFAIK nobody tries to verify if these
> > > systems are still stupid in that way.)
> >
> > OTOH those systems are not listed on RBL's (or it does not last)
> > and you won't greylist them.
>
> Which RBL's do you have in mind? I mean, some RBL's, like XBL/SBL,
> are high-quality enough that you can outright reject. Others, like
> SpamCop, are likely to include some of the bigger names from time to
> time. DUL lists might be good candidates.

I personnaly use DUL, rfc-ignorant and XBL/SBL.
-- 
·O·  Pierre Habouzit
··O                                                madcoder@debian.org
OOO                                                http://www.madism.org

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