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Wed Nov 26 15:18:13 GMT 2003
At 14:10 26/11/2003, you wrote:
>It's the footer they are concerned by..
>It is added when they are sending internal emails and as such is
>becoming an annoyance.
If you point it at a ruleset that looks like this:
FromAndTo: yourdomain.com no
From: yourdomain.com yes
FromOrTo: default no
then it won't sign internal email.
>Julian Field wrote:
>>At 11:43 26/11/2003, you wrote:
>>>Steve Freegard wrote:
>>> > Is this what you are looking for (from MailScanner.conf):
>>> > Sign Messages Already Processed = no
>>>I already have this set to no, so it would appear that it's not what I'm
>>This is the only time MailScanner uses the headers for anything. Do the
>>systems causing the multiple signatures have different "MailScanner Header"
>>settings in MailScanner.conf? It uses the presence of that header to tell
>>if it has been seen by your MailScanner before.
>>And yes, I know the header might be fake, but it's only controlling the
>>presence of a signature, and there's no other way to do it.
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