Re: Selective greylisting with Gross

From: mouss (no email)
Date: Mon May 28 2007 - 17:42:31 EDT

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    Eino Tuominen wrote:
    > [snip]
    >> PS. 1111 is a bad choice for a default port. use a value greater than
    >> 5000 (traditionnal upper value for epehemeral ports) or at least a value
    >> far enough from 1024. otherwise, it would not be possible to start it if
    >> 1111 is used by a "client" socket. (same remark for 1112).
    > Thanks, I'll try to find better defaults for those.

    5225 and 5226?
    (don't use 10025 and friends. these are the common ports for mail filters).

    >> so did you chose grey listing or gray listing finally? :)
    > I guess grey is much more widespread, at least according to Google
    > Fight. A highly scientific method... ;-)

    I always hesitate: as a european, I would vote for the british version.
    but as amercican english is more used in computing, I would vote for the
    us version...
    I could also vote for a french version: grislisting. now that we elected
    a bush-friendly president, there is no risk this would be converted to
    "freedomlisting" :)

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