Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of greylist.

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Examples

  • Vodacom, however, said that in Europe blacklisting had not worked and "greylisting" was a better option.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For example, greylisting institutes a delay period for unknown senders and causes spam blasts to miss their targets.

    Five-year plan: 8 problems IT must solve

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

  • My results with Spamassassin have been mixed, but if your ISP will employ greylisting, that will dramatically reduce the amount of spam one receives.

    Show yourselves

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