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  • n. A list resembling a blacklist for less serious offences.
  • v. To place on a greylist.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

grey +‎ list


  • Some operators allowed customers to "greylist" stolen phones - blocking the SIM card but not the handset.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But there is also a separate "greylist" of countries.


  • The letter follows Cayman's inclusion in a "greylist" of nations identified by the OECD as lacking in terms of compliance with international standards.

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

  • I had problems with the greylist server, so I disabled gld and removed the associated bits from my postfix config.

    Whither Spam?

  • My existing greylist and my growing blacklist are doing a pretty good job of keeping the junk out of sight so far.

    Blacklist Peering Plugin

  • I'm on the army greylist ... suspected, watched, reported.

    Tiger! Tiger!

  • ` And I'll guarantee to get you off the army greylist.

    Tiger! Tiger!

  • The view on the mail transfer agent (MTA) statistics uses data from sendmail, mailscanner and milter-greylist, such as refused connections to the SMTP port, filtered spams and the number of delivered messages.

    Linux Magazine Full Feed

  • The new MTA view in Monitorix shows mail connections, queues and greylist statistics.

    Linux Magazine Full Feed

  • My ISP doesn't shape at all ... they operate greylist and standard spam filters on email, but that's it.

    thinkbroadband news feed


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