From: Andrew Lyon
Date: 2010-06-07 10:29:16 -0400
Subject: Re: Comments on this backscatterer.org?
On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 8:06 AM, Anthony Howe <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 01/06/2010 22:56, Christopher Lindsey whispered from the shadows...:
>> On Dec 10, 2008 Anthony Howe wrote:
>>>> Ultimately we ended up dropping milter-sender because it didn't have
>>>> a shared data pool for our multiple servers, so an email could end
>>>> was just the nail in the coffin for us.
>>> Something I've mentioned many times last year, which is implemented in
>>> BarricadeMX, is the multicast/unicast cache API has _still_ to be back
>>> ported to those milters using a cache (-ahead, -gris, -error, -sender,
>>> ...) which solves the cluster issue very nicely. Steve Freegard of FSL
>>> can attest to the effectiveness MCC API.
>> Hi Anthony,
>> I was attempting to use milter-gris against certain problematic IP ranges
>> to block spam, but once again ran into the issue where our multiple relay
>> hosts were holding mail up too long since they didn't share greylist
> I've been lax in back-porting the MUC (multicast/unicast cache) API to
> milter-gris and milter-ahead. milter-sender was discontinued June 2009,
I didn't realise milter-sender had been discontinued, may I ask why?
> The comprehensive product, BarricadeMX, has the shared cache support for
> all the techniques is supports: classic grey listing, grey content
> listing, call-ahead, call-back, etc.
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