Storing rejected attachments?
alex at rtpty.com
Mon Feb 16 14:25:15 GMT 2009
If you give access to the quarantine directory from Apache, you may be able
to provide password-protected access to your admins. You can also use
MailWatch for this.
On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 7:27 PM, Jeff Mills <Jeff.Mills at versacold.com.au>wrote:
> Is it possible to store rejected attachments somewhere that only admins
> can access?
> For example if a file hits filename, or filetype rules, remove it from
> the email, but place the file in a directory so that it can be retrieved
> by an admin if its safe.
> Having an issue with a .mms file sent from a mobile phone. It is a movie
> recorded on a mobile, but it is being picked up as either an executable
> or an ELF binary by filetype.rules.
> Jeff Mills
> Senior WAN Administrator
> VersaCold Logistics Services
> Level 4, 3 Horwood Place
> Parramatta, NSW, 2150
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> Email : Jeff.Mills at versacold.com.au
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