Can I inform recipients about a quarantined virus?
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 12:14:08 GMT 2008
2008/12/4 Marcel Blenkers <marcel-ml at irc-addicts.de>:
> Hi Folks,
> maybe i am wrong here but my MailScanner-Setup sends to the recipient the
> Mail with the Virus deleted and inserted the "Warning-TXT"-File instead.
> And within the Mail, right under the Mailtext from the original Mail, the
> user will find the Text that File xyz got deleted because of whatever the
> Virus-Scanners do have to say.
> Also included within this message, there is the original Message-ID, so
> that the User can
> a) lock into MailWatch-Website, type the Message-ID and release the
> Message (which does not work, if the Attachment really is tagged as Virus)
> b) send the Message-ID to the Mail-Admin, so that he (or she) could
> release this Mail if wanted to.
This depend on your setting of "Silent Viruses" and "Still Deliver
Silent Viruses", more than anything.
> On Tue, 2 Dec 2008, traced wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>> thanks a lot for all your replys. I think it would be the best
>> way only to inform an admin about a virus, and the users about
>> blocked content. I think this is the default idea behind the MS defaults.
>> Sometimes I need a little time to think about the best solution :-)
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