HTML filtering (still)
Howard at harper-adams.ac.uk
Fri Nov 17 16:53:56 GMT 2006
you are correct it is now not reporting this in Mailllog.
Further to the question I posted earlier re syntax checking MailScanner.conf
Running MailScanner --lint still gives the following error
[root at blackhole2 sbin]# MailScanner --lint
Cannot open config file --lint, No such file or directory at /usr/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/Config.pm line 592.
Compilation failed in require at /usr/sbin/MailScanner line 65.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /usr/sbin/MailScanner line 65.
Looking at the MailScanner lists I came across these two commands
[root at blackhole2 MailScanner]# grep MailScannerVersion /usr/sbin/MailScanner | head -1
$MailScanner::Config::MailScannerVersion = '4.48.4';
[root at blackhole2 MailScanner]#grep -A 20 GetOptions /usr/sbin/MailScanner
which produced nothing! .
On the particular question on the list it was traced to CustomConfig.pm being the wrong file. Even though it mentions Config.pm! CustomConfig.rpmnew when renamed correcting the fault.
This hasn't work on my installation.
I intend to upgrade to the latest version of MailScanner on Monday afternoon but is there a fault in MailScanner.conf or is it that --lint does not work for the version I am using?
If there ia fault will the update correct this or simply perpetuate it?
Thanks once again
.>>> Denis.Beauchemin at USherbrooke.ca 17/11/06 13:50:04 >>>
.Howard Robinson a écrit :
.> Dear list
.> I am still having problem getting MailScanner not to strip HTML
.> (see previous email from me for details if you wish)
.> However when looking through maillog I saw this (multiple entires different dates & times obviously):-
.> Nov 17 11:25:39 blackhole2 MailScanner: Unrar command /usr/bin/unrar does not exist or is not executable, please either install it or remove the setting from .MailScanner.conf
.> However in MailScanner .conf I have the following as I don't have unrar install.
.> # Where the "unrar" command is installed.
.> # If you haven't got this command, look at www.rarlab.com.
.> # This is used for unpacking rar archives so that the contents can be
.> # checked for banned filenames and filetypes, and also that the
.> # archive can be tested to see if it is password-protected.
.> # Virus scanning the contents of rar archives is still left to the virus
.> # scanner, with one exception:
.> # If using the clavavmodule virus scanner, this adds external RAR checking
.> # to that scanner which is needed for archives which are RAR version 3.
.> # Unrar Command = /usr/bin/unrar
.> # The maximum length of time the "unrar" command is allowed to run for 1
.> # RAR archive (in seconds)
.> # Unrar Timeout = 50
.>If you don't want to use it you have to write:
.Unrar Command = # /usr/bin/unrar
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