Filename Rule action
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Tue Aug 25 18:57:50 IST 2009
2009/8/24 Eduardo Casarero <ecasarero at gmail.com>:
> I'm trying to block some filenames/filetypes (that works ok) but i'm trying
> to save this blocked emails in quarantine in the spam folder, but MS saves
> it in /var/spool/MailScanner/quarantine/<message-id>/* i've been playing
> with MailScanner.conf with no result.
It is viewed as an "Other" type of infection, and as such handled (IMO
correctly so) as a potential virus... and thus put in the virus
quarantine. Why would you like to do it differently?
> Is there a way to configure MS to use the "spam-action" as the file action?
Don't think so, no. Unless you ditch the filename/-type things (simply
turn them off) and do some specific SA rules to replace them... and
then do SA rule hit actions for them, or set some silly scores;-)...
> and saving the email in the spam folder in 1 file, and notifying
... which would land them there...
But again... Why would you need it? If you have a compelling reason,
I'm sure Jules can dream something up...:-D
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