bley is an intelligent greylisting daemon for Postfix. It uses various test (incl. RBL and SPF) to decide whether a sender should be greylisted or not, thus mostly eliminating the usual greylisting delay while still filtering most of the spam.
bley was developed during my bachelor's thesis at the Heinrich-Heine-University Duesseldorf and now continues to grow as my time permits.
I've just released bley 0.1.5! This release includes another MySQL fix (people, really, use PostgreSQL!), a manpage and now properly detects UsEr@EXamPLe.cOM as firstname.lastname@example.org.
I've just released bley 0.1.4! It includes two small fixes that should make it even more stable (1: reconnect to a dead database, 2: strip non-ascii chars).
I've just released bley 0.1.2! 0.1.1 behaved wrongly in some setups in regard to RBLs (twisted-names is needed again).
Today, bley was accepted to Debian.
If you are running unstable (sid), you now can "apt-get install bley" and enjoy! Ubuntu Maverick should follow soon, and I hope to be able to provide backports for Lenny and older Ubuntus too.
Uploading to ftp-master (via ftp to ftp.upload.debian.org):
Uploading bley_0.1.1-1.dsc: done.
Uploading bley_0.1.1.orig.tar.gz: done.
Uploading bley_0.1.1-1.debian.tar.gz: done.
Uploading bley_0.1.1-1_all.deb: done.
Uploading bley_0.1.1-1_amd64.changes: done.
This means: bley was just uploaded to Debian. It's currently in the NEW queue, but I hope it will hit the archive very soon
I'll post the .deb under download in a couple of minutes.
I've just released bley 0.1.1! 0.1 had severe problems with MySQL.
I've just released bley 0.1!