Experiences with Greylisting

@inproceedings{Levine2005ExperiencesWG,
  title={Experiences with Greylisting},
  author={John R. Levine},
  booktitle={CEAS},
  year={2005}
}
Greylisting temporarily rejects mail from unknown sources on the theory that real mailers will retry while spamware won’t. I outline a taxonomy of greylisters and report some statistics both on anti-spam effectiveness and its effect on non-spam mail. 
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