Re: What does DKIM-based rate limiting do?

From: Gary Mills <>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 10:22:11 -0500

On Tue, Jul 05, 2011 at 11:11:30AM -0700, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
> The concept: You provide a data set that maps domain names to
> integers, which represent daily flow limits for each domain. The
> data set is populated using a mechanism of your choosing. OpenDKIM
> maintains a temporary hash table mapping domain names to counts of
> messages bearing valid signatures from those domains, with the count
> resetting daily. If a single message would cause the stored count
> to exceed the integer for a domain name in the data set you
> provided, the message is temp-failed.

Thanks for the information. I see now that it's not remotely related
to the j-chkmail rate limiting that we use now.

-Gary Mills-        -Unix Group-        -Computer and Network Services-
Received on Mon Jul 11 2011 - 15:22:21 PST

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