On Tue, Jan 30, 2007 at 02:50:21PM -0500, Tony Hansen wrote:
Keld Jørn Simonsen wrote:
I am applying greylisting and it really has some effects on the amount
of spam coming in.
So I ask you: would greylisting based on some unique id like Message-id:
lead to a better result?
You're making a few assumptions: 1) There will *be* a message-id you can
key off of. 2) The zombies will use different message-id values for each
message. I don't think either of these assumptions would necessarily
yes, I can imagine this. But maybe you could use some sort of other unique
identification like a md5sum of the body, or md5sum of the
header or some such?
And why does the FreeBSD people rely on message-id: if this may not
work, as you indicate?
and would it improve the situation?