Releasing from quarantine with sendmail
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 09:58:56 IST 2009
2009/9/17 Anthony Giggins <seven at seven.dorksville.net>:
>> The difference between a zip archive and a docx file is ... close to
>> nothing. Sure, in the best of worlds, one could assume the docx to not
>> contain harmful stuff.... but, as Voltaire alludes to in Candide, this
>> isn't the best of all worlds, at least not that way:-).
>> What you need do is look at how to "whitelist" locally submitted mails
>> for that particular setting, that is: Read up on the Archive depth
>> setting and then create a ruleset to allow arbitrary depth for
>> 127.0.0.1 (or similar).
>> -- Glenn
> Thanks for the pointer, I ended up changing
> Maximum Archive Depth = 3
> No idea why a docx file would have 2 levels of archives though......
"Binder" type o thing, perhaps... If you recall that
abomination?:-)... Or some type of included document... As said, it is
basically just a zip file, so you can put pretty much anything
(including other zip files, docx, dotx etc etc) in there. Sigh.
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