Problem with mailscanner after upgrading to newest (filename
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Thu Feb 12 14:05:00 GMT 2009
On 12/2/09 12:44, Jonas Akrouh Larsen wrote:
> Hmm if it gets sanitized in the logfiles (Why woudl you need
> sanitizing in a log file? Crashing nano, vi or whatever seems a bit
Yes, but causing a buffer overrun in your syslogd is a very real
possibility! Remember that lots of people use centralised logging with
things like database servers storing log files and things like that.
Many people's systems are a lot more complex than yours.
> is there then no straight forward way to see if Mailscanner is
> mistaken in its classification of the attachment?
If that's what the log says, then it's right. If you quarantine messages
that break your policy, then you can have a look at the original message
and see for yourself.
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> Jonas Akrouh Larsen
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