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Why still not implemented greylisting? It's more efficient than SPF and less dangerous than various DRBL...

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yes i am interested also in greylisting.

I hear good things about that.



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Why in KMS is not introduced greylisting?
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Greylisting would be fine.

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I am not a fan of greylisting, I find the KMS spam repellent much more effective. See pro and cons of greylisting at the end of the following article:

Dexion AG - The Blackberry Specialists in Switzerland

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Any spam repellent you use will have it's pros and cons. Part of the risk taken by filtering email is that some legitimate email may be rejected. Of course we would not want this as a built-in mechanism in Kerio without the option of shutting it off. But to have this feature at our disposal is a fine idea.

Take Callback Verification as another example. A great idea (and it does stop loads of spam from getting to my email). But it also stops the Kerio Forums from sending me automated emails as the from address is non-existant. It doesn't mean that because it has cons we shouldn't use it as a weapon. Honestly, we don't care about the UN laws. If innocent civilians are killed in the course of war, that's too darn bad! Smile

But I definitely agree that the gain from greylisting is attained by the same token with KMS Spam Repellent. I know, I'm playing devils advocate here Wink
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