Contributed by jose on from the fun-with-spammers dept.
CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: firstname.lastname@example.org 2004/02/26 00:28:55 Modified files: libexec : Makefile libexec/spamd : Makefile sdl.c spamd.8 spamd.c usr.sbin : Makefile Added files: libexec/spamd : grey.c grey.h libexec/spamlogd: Makefile spamlogd.8 spamlogd.c usr.sbin/spamdb: Makefile spamdb.8 spamdb.c Log message: Add -g option for greylisting support for spamd. The greylisting techinque originates from a paper by Evan Harris which can be found at http://projects.puremagic.com/greylisting/. This implementation makes spamd allow for non-blacklisted addresses to be treated as "greylisted". where they are tracked in a db file, and whitelisted by addition to a pf table when the same envelope from and to are retried from the same source IP address. Testing by many, ok deraadt@
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