I'm thinkig about change filter from spamassassin to greylist. Can you
compare these two mudules?
Greylisting has nothing to do with spamassassin, and this is not an
either/or situation, just like RBLS are not a replacement for
On my system, about 18-20% of the grey listed email eventually gets
delivered. Of the 20% that gets delivered, about 50% of that is
spamtagged by SpamAssassin. About 80-85% of the connections to the
server are rejected outright (RBL, invalid hostname, etc), before
greylisting has a chance at the message. If greylisting was in front
of our RBL and header checks, it's percentages of ultimately rejected
spam would be much higher.
This is our music from the bachelor's den, the sound of loneliness
turned up to ten. A harsh soundtrack from a stagnant waterbed
and it sounds just like this. This is the sound of someone
losing the plot making out that they're OK when they're not.
You're gonna like it, but not a lot. And the chorus goes like