ETP.DAT: mc68k executable (shared demand paged) not stripped
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Fri Aug 3 16:19:28 IST 2007
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Alex Broens wrote:
> Need your help
> Blackberry's damm ETP.DAT files are being blocked as executable.
> ETP.DAT: mc68k executable (shared demand paged) not stripped
> in my filetype.rules.conf
> I added
> allow mc68k executable - -
> also tried the full "mc68k executable (shared demand paged) not
> stripped" string but they're still being held in Mailwatch's Quarantine.
> Does anybody have a brilliant/helpful idea of whjat I may be doing wrong?
Is the file called mc68k?
allow \.dat$ - -
I don't see anything in my own filetype.rules.conf that this would be
But then too I don't allow Crackberry stuff in. 8*)
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