Convert Dangerous HTML feature (Julian?)

Lancaster, David Matthew dml at UNB.CA
Fri Oct 17 15:05:55 IST 2003

Quoting Peter Peters <P.G.M.Peters at>:

> On Fri, 17 Oct 2003 09:39:11 -0300, you wrote:
> >> >> You could use the same rulesets for the Allow-rules and the
> >> >> Convert-rules but reversed. An address in the Allow-rule with a yes
> >> >> would end up in the convert-rule with a no. You can even write a
> script
> >> >> that converts the one rule-file tot the other whil replacing yes and
> no.
> >> >
> >> >Yes, but I'd prefer to not have to keep adding to the lists.
> >> I use this as a kind of pressure not to subscribe to to many lists.
> >Unfortunatly, we can't exert that sort of pressure.
> You can if you do it carefully.

I wish.

> >But with the finer grained control, we could control which HTML newsletters
> are
> >converted.  Those with minor issues [in our opinion of course], e.g. forms,
> >would pass through, while those with iframes or object codebase tags would
> be
> >converted.
> I believe IFrame and object code are seperatly configurable in
> MailScanner.conf.

The "Allow" option is seperate, but the "Convert Dangerous HTML" option


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