Latest revision as of 20:25, 18 May 2013
NOTE: This tutorial is applicable to Policyd-1.8, not Cluebringer (a.k.a. Policyd v2). If you're running Cluebringer, please login to https://your_server/cluebringer/ instead.
 Enable greylist opt in and opt out in Policyd
Some people are fairly irate when it comes to mail and refuse wanting to have any type of delay. this feature enables each and every person the ability to not subject themselves to greylisting. this feature is also VERY usefull when you dont want to subject EVERY person to greylisting at once but instead allows you to enable it in batches/groups of users so you get a feel on the type of complaints or praise from your users.
Please update Policyd setting OPTINOUT to 1 to enable greylist opt in / opt out:
- On RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux, it's set in file /etc/policyd.conf.
- On Debian/Ubuntu, it's set in file /etc/postfix-policyd.conf.
- On openSUSE, it's set in file /etc/policyd.conf.
- On FreeBSD, it's set in file /usr/local/etc/postfix-policyd-sf.conf.
Restarting Policyd service is required to make it work.
- iRedAdmin-Pro customers can manage greylist opt-in with one lick with the latest iRedAdmin-Pro releases, in domain profile page or user profile page, under tab Advanced.
- For more details about how to set greylist opt-in manually with MySQL command line or phpMyAdmin, please refer to Policyd official document: http://policyd.sourceforge.net/readme.html (Section "Greylist Opt-in / Opt-out")