Human factors... --- Next version
marc at ODTSL.COM
Fri Dec 7 19:04:15 GMT 2001
I would like to help also, specially on CA innoculateIT 6.0 support. I
don't know if you are going to include support for it or for the 4.0
On dg, 2001-12-09 at 11:32, Scott Farrell wrote:
> I'd like to help out on both the CA innoculateIT support, and support for
> Let me know how I can help.
> Scott Farrell
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> At 18:23 05/12/2001, you wrote:
> >Inline Text Warning = Warning: This message has had one or more viruses
> >removed by the University of Strathclyde Email Scanning System. Please
> >read the "VirusWarning.txt" attachment(s) for more information. Contact
> >the IT Services Helpdesk on the usual number to check the authenticity of
> >this message.
> I have just implemented support for multi-line "Inline Text Warning" and
> "Inline HTML Warning" messages.
> >I would like to be able to configure the name of the attachment with the
> >warning in it, however ...
> Just implemented that, too.
> Changes for the next version include:
> Support for Command (CSAV) virus scanner
> Support for Inoculate-IT virus scanner
> Changes to debug logging to quieten down syslog
> Support for using Sophos's built-in (but undocumented) TNEF
> decoding to improve reliability of scanning TNEF attachments from MS
> Multi-line inline message warnings
> Configurable "VirusWarning.txt" filename
> Other changes planned include:
> Support for other virus scanners (if I can find them)
> Support for SpamAssassin spam detection
> Support for list of local domain names from which we will never
> send cleaned up messages, just warn the sender instead. This saves face if
> you are scanning outgoing mail and have an internal outbreak of a mail
> that got in via some non-MailScanner route.
> Julian Field Teaching Systems Manager
> jkf at ecs.soton.ac.uk Dept. of Electronics & Computer Science
> Tel. 023 8059 2817 University of Southampton
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