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  • '''Greylisting''' involves returning a temporary reject on the theory that only legitim ...ong-term effectiveness. If enough spam transmitters add retry capability, greylisting will be like a partially-effective anti-biotic. The pathogen population
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  • 145 B (22 words) - 04:47, 1 October 2009
  • *[http://www.greylisting.org/ Greylisting.org] *[http://projects.puremagic.com/greylisting/ ''Greylisting: The Next Step in the Spam Control War'' software development]
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  • {{r|Email system}} {{r|Email processes and protocols}}
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  • ...e vulnerabilities according to their locality in Figure 1 of the article [[Email system]], repeated here for convenience. In each category, we summarize th ...r|700px|'''Figure 1 Actors (Users and Agents) and their roles in an ideal email system.'''}}
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  • ...ques that have been developed to protect email users from Unsolicited Bulk Email (UBE or spam). *http://www.dontbouncespam.org - definition of "bounce spam" needed in "Email system" article.
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  • {{r|Email system}} {{r|Email greylisting}}
    323 B (40 words) - 17:34, 5 November 2009
  • '''Reverse MX''' (RMX) is an email authentication method developed by Hadmut Danisch. It became a basis for t ...eters. It means, that the RMX lookup is to be done with the full sender's email address instead of the domain part only to allow per-address granularity.
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