Password-protected Archvies aren't saved?
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Fri Sep 4 09:08:23 IST 2009
On 04/09/2009 08:29, Martin Hepworth wrote:
> 2009/9/3 Henry Kwan <lists at designmedia.com <mailto:lists at designmedia.com>>
> I was testing my MailScanner config (delivers to Exchange 2007 on
> the backend)
> and noticed that whenever I send a password protected archive,
> detects it and sends me a "The following e-mails were found to
> have: Other Bad
> Content Detected : Password-protected Archive Detected" message
> with the headers
> but then doesn't quarantine the file or make it available for
> Is there a way to recover the archive once MailScanner detects it
> or is is gone
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> check your "Quarantine Silent Viruses" and "Maximum Archive
> Depth"settings in MailScanner.conf.*
> *I'd also check if you archive all email then the email will be in
> there too.
Also, to make it keep the Password-Protected Archives in future, you
might want to read the comments above the "Silent Viruses" and
"Non-Forging Viruses" settings as well, and possibly add "Zip-Password"
to the "Non-Forging Viruses" list.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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