[update] virus mail slipped through

Raylund Lai raylund.lai at KANKANWOO.COM
Wed Jul 13 09:10:53 IST 2005

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Hi Drew,

Thanks for your help. :)

You're right that my backup MX may truncated the bounced message.

I can have a good sleep now. ;)


Drew Marshall wrote:

>On Wed, July 13, 2005 8:38, Raylund Lai said:
>>btw, Drew, did you received my email?  Do your MailScanner intercept it?
>Yes, I received it and replied. Your attachment (The zip file) was corrupt
>an therefore not a virus (Although probably was once). I would suspect
>that as your secondary mx is running Postfix, they have left the default
>bounce message length setting in place, which in turn has truncated the
>attachment and rendered it useless. Although it will have retained the
>original file attributes, it hasn't retained the file's contents.
>It came through my gateway without problem but I couldn't unpack the
>attachment, hence why none of my AV detected it.
>PS Glad it's storted!

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