Sabahattin Gucukoglu wrote:
Not now. The subject line is the idea some spammer has when Greylisting
is implemented across the board and it's clear they have to target
First of all, it's not clear to me that more than a few percent of SMTP
servers will ever implement greylisting, so I don't think that's much
of a danger.
Secondly, the whole point behind honeypots is that they should appear to
be "real", so if greylisting *does* become widespread, honeypots will
simply implement greylisting too.