Send Web pages
Denis.Beauchemin at USHERBROOKE.CA
Tue Nov 26 13:54:17 GMT 2002
No it isn't. If you send the page (not a link to one) you receive HTML
I have just tested it (send page and send link) and the link came OK but
the page was rejected because of an "Object Codebase" in it.
That was fine except for the sending of an email saying that my PC was
probably infected and should be checked.
People shouldn't receive notifications if they send HTML attachments
with "Object Codebase" in them (this is not a virus).
Julian, how could we add them to the "Silent Viruses" rule?
Le lun 25/11/2002 à 17:32, Jim Levie a écrit :
> On Mon, 2002-11-25 at 11:28, Miguel Fernando Montoya Martinez wrote:
> > Hi, i can´t send web pages from Outlook express because my e-mail server
> > return: Warning: E-mail viruses detected, I have mailscanner + sendmail, and
> > the same page can to send from other e-mail server (mailscan (mcfee) +
> > exchange) with the same dat version.
> MailScanner is objecting to OutLook is "sending the webpage" as a .lnk
> file. You can allow that by editing the filename rules.
Denis Beauchemin, analyste
Université de Sherbrooke, S.T.I.
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