bleyton at cpe-corp.com
Wed Dec 14 20:00:09 EST 2005
I am relatively new to MIMEDefang, and I'm very happy with what I've been
able to do so far. I'd like to take things to a higher level though, and
one of the areas I'd like to work on is greylisting. I've seen a couple of
emails in the archives, and I've tried using Jonas Eckerman's filter on my
I went ahead and put his filter in, and first off, I started to see messages
Error from multiplexor: ERR No response from slave
At about the same time, I figured that I should try to get the clean script
set up, and when I tried it, it gave me:
Your vendor has not defined Fcntl macro O_EXLOCK, used at
./greylist-clean.pl line 20.
So I did a bit of research, and discovered that this is a BSD extension, and
is therefore probably not available on my Fedora Core 4 system. Figuring
that this would affect the filter as well, I reverted back to my old filter.
So here's the question: I'm not a perl programmer, but I think I understand
the basic intent of Jonas' filter, and I think it's excellent. Has anyone
been able to adapt this filter to a non-BSD system? If so, how?
If there's no (simple) way to do this, then is there another MIMEDefang
greylisting implementation around that might work better on Fedora?
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