SYNOPSIS[-s seconds ]
DESCRIPTIONis a filter for smtpd(8) which can be used to pause on new connections before emitting the standard initial SMTP greeting. This is useful to avoid the so called ``slamming'' technique used by some senders of spam mails.
The options are as follows:
- -s seconds
Set the number of
to pause before sending the initial greeting.
The accepted values are within the range of 1s and 300s.
The default seconds value is 5s.
With enabled, smtpd simply waits the specified amount of seconds on each new connection. If the remote server starts sending SMTP commands before the greeting, the connection is rejected. Otherwise, the connection is accepted and normally processed.
- J. Klensin October 2008 RFC 5321 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
HISTORYThe first version of was written in 2015.
AUTHORSAn Joerg Jung Aq Mt [email protected]