I subscribed to a mailing list today.
I had to wait until the validation email passed through the greylist daemon on my system,
but once that happened,
I can start replying to the list.
Only the first post I made didn't go through.
There was no error reported.
There was no bounce message.
I checked to make sure I was using the address I signed up with
and the filters on my email program were correct
I then checked the logs and behold:
Oct 30 19:07:41 brevard postfix/smtp: 023E22EA679B:
status=deferred (host XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX[XXXXXXXXXXXXX] said:
450 4.2.0 <XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX>:
Recipient address rejected: Greylisted,
(in reply to RCPT TO command))
I'm being greylisted right back!
This is the first time I've noticed my outgoing email being greylisted.
I find this amusing.
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ahead, I won't bite. I promise.
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