how to cache no-spam message shown its content in mailwatch
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Wed Nov 1 03:58:48 GMT 2006
Thank you for your hint. You are right. But how can I modified this to real
Becuase I released it, user still needed me to copy from server.
MS-DOS executable (EXE), OS/2 or MS Windows
2006/11/1, Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk>:
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> Cheng Bruce wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > I am starting to use mailscanner with mailwatch, recently get a lot of
> > spams going through my mail server which are treated as no-spam.
> > They have legitimate helo, sender , domains and so on. And they passed
> > the RBL which I set in "spam list" of mailcanner.
> > If I can review the messages like SPAM, I can add some rules in my
> > server to block them.
> > by the way, is it possible to release the none-spam message as
> > original messages to users but not included in the message ?
> > When our vendor send the update file (*.bpl) to us, it was blocked. I
> > don't know how to release this rule, because I only can do is remark
> > "deny executable No executables No programs allowed"
> > this line in "/etc/MailScanner/filetype.rules.conf".
> > Would you please advise me how to do it ?
> What does the "file" command output when given one of the *.bpl files?
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