Allow/Deny/Convert html tags

Julian Field mailscanner at
Wed Nov 12 11:16:48 GMT 2003

At 11:08 12/11/2003, you wrote:
>Julian, will this be a feature that can be turned on or off? Eg, for those
>of us who already have enough options to deal with and would like to just
>stick with with the current options?

I wondered if anyone would ever say that. All I need now is a
Turing-complete configuration language :-)

Don't worry. You can safely ignore all this.
The defaults will not change from their current values. And if you upgrade
using upgrade_MailScanner_conf then your old settings are automatically
inserted into the new configuration file anyway.

>-----Original Message-----
>From: MailScanner mailing list [mailto:MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On
>Behalf Of Julian Field
>Sent: Wednesday, 12 November 2003 10:01 PM
>Subject: Allow/Deny/Convert html tags
>I don't know quite what happened and when, but I can't find any trace of
>the code that actually causes the "disarm" option on the "Allow .....
>Tags" to be activated. I can't even find it in any of the released versions.
>So I have had to (re?)write it.
>Current actions are these. Apologies for the HTML posting but I need a
>monospaced font.
>Allow...Tags     Convert Dangerous... Action
>no                  no                      Blocked
>no                  yes                     Blocked
>disarm              no                      Disarmed
>disarm              yes                     Disarmed
>yes                 no                      Nothing
>yes                 yes                     Stripped
>Is this okay? Does it make any sense?
>If not, please let me know what you would prefer. I suspect that any list
>of actions is okay, so long as it is documented.
>Julian Field
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Julian Field
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