exe or not exe

InvictaNet Customer Support support at INVICTANET.CO.UK
Thu Oct 9 10:11:04 IST 2003

Julian and Raymond answered this question for me a couple of days ago
Here is Julian's answer

>I haveone awkward customer who doesn't want attachments filtered according
>to filetype/name.conf
>They want to recieve all attachments untouched.
>Can I send MailScanner.conf > filetype.rules > filetype.rules.conf?
>e.g. in filetype.rules.conf
>FromOrTo:       default         %etc-dir%/rules/filetype.rules.conf
>FromOrTo:       *@awkwardcustomer.com   (what do I put here)

FromOrTo: *@awkwardcustomer.com %etc-dir%/rules/filetype-allowall.rules.conf

And then in %etc-dir%/rules/filetype-allowall.rules.conf put this:

allow   .       -       -
(separated by tabs). That will make it allow everything.

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-----Original Message-----
From: MailScanner mailing list [mailto:MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK]On
Behalf Of Eric DUVAL (AFUL)
Sent: 09 October 2003 06:48
Subject: exe or not exe

Hi all,

How to make to authorize some users and to prohibit the others to send email
with a executable in attachment.  All the users are on the same network.

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