BUG: handling of silent virusses in zips

Drew Marshall drew at THEMARSHALLS.CO.UK
Mon Feb 7 10:12:23 GMT 2005

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On Mon, February 7, 2005 10:02, Peter Peters said:
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> Hi,
> I think I noticed an error in the handling of (silent) virusses in zips.
> When I receive a virus in a zip and I have configured MS not to
> quarantaine silent virusses it does not quarantaine the virus (GOOD) but
> it still sends the recipient a message claiming to have quarantained the
> message and telling the recipient he can contact the helpdesk to get the
> message (BAD).
> The relevant config parameters:
> Maximum Archive Depth = 0
> Find Archives By Content = yes
> Virus Scanning = yes
> Silent Viruses = HTML-IFrame All-Viruses
> Still Deliver Silent Viruses = yes
Try turning this to no ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I think that may well do waht you want.


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