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Wed Apr 1 18:24:10 IST 2009
You could implement this easily using the "Generic Scanner"
functionality already built into MailScanner. You just write a bit of
code to call it and generate the right output format, and MailScanner
takes care of everything else.
To call it, read and edit /usr/lib/MailScanner/generic-wrapper and tweak
it to call your own program and process the output from it into the
format described in generic-wrapper, and then just add "generic" to the
list of "Virus Scanners =" scanner names in MailScanner.conf.
It's all very simple. You could do it in a shell script pretty easily.
You probably want to look for any numbers in brackets, anything non-zero
against "/AA" and anthing non-zero against "/OpenAction".
Pay me something suitable, or buy me something nice from my Amazon.co.uk
wishlist, and I might even write it all for you. :-)
On 1/4/09 17:07, Peter Peters wrote:
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> Anybody having any idea about Didier Stevens' PDF scanner?
> Could this be called from MS?
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> Peter Peters, Teamleider Unix/Linux/Storage
> Universiteit Twente, Postbus 217, 7500 AE Enschede
> Telefoon 053 489 2301, Fax 053 489 2383,
> P.G.M.Peters at utwente.nl, http://www.utwente.nl/icts
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