Filetype/Filename Rules: strip attachment AND forward original
mail to third address
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Thu Apr 29 12:30:49 IST 2010
On 29/04/2010 12:01, Markus Wennrich wrote:
> So no idea? Anybody?
> Markus Wennrich wrote:
>> # Syntax is allow/deny/deny+delete/email-addresses, then regular expression,
>> # then log text, then user report text.
>> # The "email-addresses" can be a space or comma-separated list of email
>> # addresses. If the rule hits, the message will be sent to these address(es)
>> # instead of the original recipients.
>> Is it possible, to deny a attachment (and have the mail sent to the
>> original recipient without the attachment) AND have the original mail
>> (with the attachment included) forwarded to another email-address?
>> For example:
>> 1) mail to user at domain.com with "fun.exe" attached comes in
>> 2) mail is sent to user at domain.com, but "fun.exe" has been replaced by
>> 3) a copy of the original mail with fun.exe included is forwarded to
>> security-admins at example.com
>> "clean" mails should not be forwarded
>> Is something like this possible?
Not currently, no.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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