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Scam-grey is a milter that filters email originating from MS Windows hosts. It provides you the ability to mitigate the flow of unwanted email from such hosts using greylisting.

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  •  21 Feb 2010 10:55

Release Notes: Scam-grey skips processing for connections from IPv6 hosts. The DNS query to find the ASN can be disabled.

  •  29 May 2008 17:51

Release Notes: The SMTP message has been changed to show the actual delay for the connection. A feature has been added to make logging less verbose. The ASN lookup now takes precedence over the regular expressions used for whitelisting.

  •  29 Feb 2008 13:31

Release Notes: There is a new feature to greylist if the sender address and remote host are not from the same country. A bug in saving the cache on some operating systems has been fixed. The default configuration includes all ASNs from China for greylisting.

  •  11 Jan 2008 15:56

Release Notes: This version skips MX evaluation for bounces. A Makefile is now provided for Gentoo.

  •  07 Sep 2007 11:11

Release Notes: The greylist is now automatically saved and loaded at startup. Whitelisting based on MX evaluation has been fixed. This release fixes compilation errors under Slackware and ASP Linux.


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