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Greylisting

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by floppyfringe, Jul 2, 2015.

  1. floppyfringe

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    We've enabled greylisting but it seems a spammer is using the same CIDR and now one email got through, all their spam is getting in.

    Is there a chance there is a file we can edit to remove them from an "allow list" and could this be added to the greylisting section? in an update

    Does anyone know where greylisting is storing their "database" ?
     
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    Found it /var/cpanel/greylist/greylist.sqlite
     
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    I viewed the database using software downloaded from sqlitebrowser
     
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