mmcintosh at infowall.com
Thu Nov 20 17:42:46 GMT 2008
Martin Hepworth wrote:
> 2008/11/20 Mark <mcornes at loreto.ac.uk>:
>> This might seem to be a mail watch question but I think it's my .rules files
>> that are at fault.
>> I've followed the various pages
>> That describe filename.rules, filename.rules.allowall.conf, filetype.rules
>> and filetype.rules.allowall.conf
>> But despite that when I attempt to release a blocked mail with attachment
>> mailscanner re-blocks it again. Can anyone offer idiot proof assistance ?
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> you need a rule against "Scan messages" that is something like:
> From: 127.0.0.1 no
> FromOrTo: Default yes
> That way any email from the server itself won't get scanned.
I believe I had to white list my server 127.0.0.1 in MailWatch after
which I could release correctly.
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