Blocked Extensions in password-protected zip archives

Julian Field MailScanner at
Tue Aug 14 19:42:33 IST 2007

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So what you want is this:
Check Filenames In Password-Protected Archives = no
for some users, yes for most.

This is not too difficult to add.

Sattler, Tim wrote:
> We need to allow password-protected zip archives that contain files with
> blocked extensions for certain users. However, if "Maximum Archive
> Depth" 
> is set to anything bigger than zero, then, even if "Allow 
> Password-Protected Archives" is set to "yes", the archive will be 
> blocked. 
> Thus, I would need something like a ruleset for Maximum Archive Depth
> that 
> yields 0 for password-protected archives and the default value
> otherwise.
> Is it possible? Or is there another way how I can achieve a different 
> handling of blocked extensions for password-protected on one hand and 
> normal zip archives on the other?
> Regards
> Tim


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