On 30/10/2011 03:57, Hector Santos wrote:
It seems to me ID2 and ID3 are very different since as I understand
there is no enforcement in ID2 where its a critical part for ID3.
I think you're over complicating it.
From the point of view of the client AND server, the wait:xxx response
doesn't care whether it's enforced or not. The enforcement is a part of
the greylisting system, not a part of the protocol enhancement.
The server should not penalise a client which ignores its wait:xxx hints
(eg it may choose to do so, if it sees 'wait:100000'), so, in fact, the
'wait:xxx' response is not enforced separately. The enforcement is there
already with greylisting
Similarly, a server which is down for an hour, implicitly 'enforces'
attempts to reconnect before that hour is up, but it shouldn't be part
of a spec that it should do so, it just happens. All the 'wait:xxx'
enhancement is, is a bit of helpful info for the client, if it wants to