Outstanding feature/fix requests?

Julian Field MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sun Mar 6 19:40:51 GMT 2005

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Raymond Dijkxhoorn wrote:

> Hi!
>>> Its ok if you scan them all, but just throw away the results ;)
>> The problem is handling a message with more than 1 recipient. If any of
>> them want it to be scanned, it gets scanned. The results are attached to
>> the message, not the recipient. So throwing away the results gives you a
>> message where no-one got it scanned.
>> Putting a ruleset on "Virus Scanning =" will do as much of a good job of
>> it as possible.
> Thats the same with tagging the subject on spams, and i can think of a
> couple more. Thats the way it works, so thats nothing new ;) Thats why we
> use rcpt splitting, one mail per rcpt, to make those options available
> per
> user. So that we can live with i guess ;)

Sorry about that, it's a fundamental design principle in MailScanner.
You can argue whether it's a correct one or not, of course...
You've got all the source code, feel free to re-implement it if you have
a spare afternoon or two :-)

> Possible to put it in like a regular ruleset?

Yes, it just takes a normal ruleset.

Julian Field
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