Mail Greylisting?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by snowfly, May 26, 2010.

  1. snowfly

    snowfly Member

    I would like to enable greylisting for our ispconfig 3 mail server, but cannot see where to do this.

    In the database, there is a 'mail_greylist' table, which looks ready to handle this (maybe sqlgrey?)

    But I cannot find in the interface anywhere to enable this?
    I even tried to grep for 'grey' on all ispconfig files, but found nothing.

    Or do I have to install postgrey/sqlgrey manually and set this up?

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, you have to setup this manually. It is not integrated yet into the interface.
  3. snowfly

    snowfly Member

    Till, what system did you have setup to take advantage of the 'mail_greylist' table in the ispconfig 3 database?

    I have looked at sqlgrey, but cannot see options to use a specific table.

    Is the 'mail_greylist' table setup for EXIM?
    The reason I ask, is because of this german document I found here:

    See page 4 "Einbindung in Exim".
    The table structure here is exactly the same as what is in ispconfig 3.

    Is it possible to use this same scenario for postfix? (which I have running on my bog standard ispconfig 3 install)

  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    I dont use greylisting on my servers and greylisting is not implemented in ISPConfig at the moment. The table is indeed a artifact from some exim compatibility that we had in some alpha versions and it will get removed.
  5. snowfly

    snowfly Member

    Ok thanks, worth a try.
    Will just do greylisting manually then.
  6. primal23

    primal23 New Member

    I've added postgrey to my email server and it works great, and was very easy to setup.

Share This Page