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Topic: Greylisting in non-pro version

Hi,

In the basic version, is greylisting configurable?

I've run postconf -n and can find no mention of it - I assume greylisting is a function of postfix?

Many thanks
Bryan

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Re: Greylisting in non-pro version

bryanchapman9999 wrote:

In the basic version, is greylisting configurable?

Yes. To be clear, all mail service related features are implemented in iRedMail part (free, open source), iRedAdmin-Pro just helps you manage mail accounts and other related stuffs.

Greylisting is provided by Policyd, it's invoked in Postfix with 'check_policy_service inet:127.0.0.1:10031'.

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Re: Greylisting in non-pro version

ZhangHuangbin wrote:
bryanchapman9999 wrote:

In the basic version, is greylisting configurable?

Yes. To be clear, all mail service related features are implemented in iRedMail part (free, open source), iRedAdmin-Pro just helps you manage mail accounts and other related stuffs.

Greylisting is provided by Policyd, it's invoked in Postfix with 'check_policy_service inet:127.0.0.1:10031'.

Cool, many thanks - I'll read up on policyd then

cheers