kfliong at WOFS.COM
Thu Nov 6 01:44:53 GMT 2003
Blocking zip files is not an option because anyone who uses attachment
would know that a lot of files comes in zip format. Files like exe and com
and other blocked files are zipped in order to go through email servers
which most probably already blocking these formats. So, if we were to block
zip files as well then i would sure get lots of complains from my users. Is
there a way I could block by using MiMail header or the contents? Or does
the zip file always have that name? If yes then perhaps we could block it
based on the attachment name.
Thanks in advance.
At 07:00 PM 11/5/2003, you wrote:
>There are currently 2 problems:
>a) Julian wrote a patch that solves a problem with interpreting the output
>from Calm in some cases (Mimail.C)
>b) clamscan 0.6 has a problem opening the zipped file with Mimail.G
>So, the best bet today is to block zip files in the configuration.
>Tomorrow there is suppoesed to be a new stable version of Clam which
>solves the problem. hem you can install it and apply the patch. If you
>need this today, any cvs snapshot (of Clam) apparently slves the problem.
>There is also another solution by running in the mailing list,
>"--diasble-archive" but I'm not sure what that really does. I tried it
>and it worked for me.
>>How come Mimail virus is getting through my mailscanner + clamav setup? Can
>>I add mimail into my config file like how I added sobig into the config to
>>stop it from coming into my server?
>Esta mensagem foi verificada pelo sistema de antivírus e
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