Julian Field mailscanner at
Thu Oct 3 15:18:07 IST 2002

At 15:05 03/10/2002, you wrote:
>We're running MailScanner 3.22-12 on our external email gateways and it
>works well for incoming messages.
>I have the following options set:
>Deliver To Recipients = yes
>Deliver From Local Domains = yes
>Notify Senders = yes
>Action = keep
>Deliver Disinfected Files = yes
>However if an outgoing message was disinfected I would prefer to send a
>different viruswarning.txt message to the recipient which does not
>include references to 'If you wish to receive a copy of the *infected*
>attachment..' and 'Note to Postmaster:Look on systemxxxx:/path_to
>quarantine dir'.  It should just say something like:
>The original e-mail attachment "dummy.jas"
>was believed to be infected by a virus and has been replaced by this
>At Wed Oct  2 10:29:59 2002 the virus scanner said:
>    /17wfpM-0000wr-00/dummy.jas        Found the Exploit-MIME.gen.exe
>virus !!!
>Is this possible?

In version 3, you can hide the directory path to the quarantine (look in
mailscanner.conf for "Hide Incoming Work Dir"). You can only completely
change the message in version 4.
Julian Field                Teaching Systems Manager
jkf at         Dept. of Electronics & Computer Science
Tel. 023 8059 2817          University of Southampton
                             Southampton SO17 1BJ

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