[plug] Greylisting and greylistd

Andrew Cooks acooks at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 01:48:11 UTC 2015

Hi Brad

Have you found the solution for greylistd opt-out? I guess you've had a
look at the 'optin_dir' option by now. Could you share your solution with



On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 12:21 PM, Brad Campbell <brad at fnarfbargle.com>

> G'day All,
> About a year or so ago I implemented greylisting on our mail server using
> greylistd + exim. This has worked brilliantly for dropping our spam to
> almost nil, but I have one pain in the arse user who phones me up
> continually to get stuff rushed through the system because he can't wait
> the 30 minute greylist period.
> Now thoroughly sick of this I want to completely remove all greylisting on
> anything that comes in addressed for him and let him deal with the flood of
> spam. Problem is, as a cursory inspection of the greylist settings, I don't
> seem to be able to figure out an easy and reliable way to do it.
> Has anyone here got any experience with configuring greylistd that might
> assist me?
> I'm sure I'll hail it eventually, but thought I'd post here in case
> someone goes "oh yeah, I had to do that and here's how it's done".
> Regards,
> Brad
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