[CentOS] Milter-Greylist

Tue Feb 21 08:17:00 UTC 2006
Benjamin Smith <lists at benjamindsmith.com>

On Tuesday 14 February 2006 11:38, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>  If someone complains that an e-mail didn't get to them
> (happens maybe once in a 3 month period) and it's less than 2 weeks old,
> I find it and give it to them.

But in order to complain, they'd have to know to be EXPECTING the email. 
You're operating from the presumption that because nobody complained, it's 

Following that logic, if the USPS lost 1 in 10 mails, and you never figured 
that you were missing anything, the USPS has done a "good job", never mind 
that one of fthose lost emails is a will granting you 25 million dollars, if 
you respond BY nnn date. 

Hiding the problem so that nobody notices it doesn't mean the problem is 
solved, only hidden. 

"The best way to predict the future is to invent it."- XEROX PARC slogan, 
circa 1978