washmail Posted March 1, 2008 Share Posted March 1, 2008 This thread branches off in new directions from the previous thread "Tackling the world's worst..." (viewing from post #25 would suffice) at http://forum.spamcop.net/forums/index.php?...9152&st=20# spamjadoo[dot]com hasn't responded to my long list of questions, so I've looked beyond for other automated, harmless bouncing options. It appears to me that the main tool of advantage in these type of spam eradicating options on offer is what is referred to as greylisting at server level, a system used to technically identify spam resulting in high eradication success rates. I found a number of articles which discuss this method. I recommend starting with the short article at greylisting[dot]org which also debates it's long term effectiveness. There seems to be quite a bit of software available for server level implementation, but not much could be found regarding individual MX outsourcing to services offering this method. I'm awaiting a response from the only other one I've found so far that seems to fit the need - seiretto[dot]com in the UK. But the question is does greylisting deliver what it promises? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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