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From: Willy De la Court (wdllinux-lovers.be)
Date: Sun Aug 02 2009 - 04:56:23 CDT
Just a question about spam prevention and resource optimalisation.
What is the best way to go. I have this as spam prevention at the moment.
This mean that there are a number of tests before the actual recipient
address is tested, would it not be better to place the
reject_unlisted_recipient very early in the chain? Or am I wrong here. In
placing the reject_unlisted_recipient earlier in the chain would I not make
it easier for dictionary attacks to succeed? The check_policy_server is the
postgrey implementation of http://postgrey.schweikert.ch/
I added the reject_unlisted_recipient before the postgrey policy test
because I noticed unknown recipients being passed to the postgrey policy
Any comments would be welcome.
Simple things make people happy.
Willy De la Court
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