Le samedi 30 décembre 2006 à 05:34 -0800, Ryan Murray a écrit : > Here's some news on recent db.debian.org changes that are now available: > > The LDAP schema has been updated to include several new fields: > * Date of Birth (developer-only visible) > * Gender (world visible) > * Mail disable message > * Mail greylisting > * Mail sender verification callouts > * Mail whitelist > * Mail RBL list > * Mail RHSBL list > > The exim4 config has been updated to make use of these new fields, giving developers the ability to: > * disable their @debian.org email address entirely with a message of their choosing at SMTP reject time > * specify a whitelist that will be immune to the newly added checks > * enable greylisting and sender verification callouts > * specify RBL and RHSBL lists to be checked at SMTP time How are RBL/RHSBL handled? Is a host rejected once it matches one of several RBLs, or all of them? Same question for greylisting: is it enabled unconditionally, or only for mails for which callout fails or hosts belonging to RBLs? -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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