Watermark and User Notification
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Jun 12 21:38:12 IST 2008
on 6-12-2008 1:26 PM Julian Field spake the following:
> Scott Silva wrote:
>> on 6-12-2008 1:10 PM Julian Field spake the following:
>>> Donnie D. Quindardo wrote:
>>>> - Configure MailScanner to notify users that their attachments have
>>>> been blocked.
>>>> - Configure MailScanner to use Watermarks and note that messages
>>>> that have no sender and no watermark are spam.
>>>> - Send an e-mail through MailScanner with an attachment that is
>>>> banned, perhaps "test.com".
>>>> - Look in the spam quarantine of MailScanner, the notification
>>>> e-mail that is sent to the user is there. That's because it is sent
>>>> with an envelope address of <> and does not get a MailScanner
>>>> Signature beforehand.
>>> In which case you just need to use a ruleset to exempt mail from
>>> 127.0.0.1 from watermarking checks. Should I do this automatically in
>>> the code, or are there situations in which this isn't the desired
>> Does a ruleset on scan messages also cover this, or is watermarking
>> outside that catch-all?
> You don't need to do anything that radical, you just need a ruleset on
> the option that controls the checking of watermarks.
Let me re-phrase this... If you already have a rule in scan messages for
mailwatch releases, will it also cover the watermark code?
MailScanner is like deodorant...
You hope everybody uses it, and
you notice quickly if they don't!!!!
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