recipient notification on blocked files
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Fri Aug 13 16:23:12 IST 2010
It might just delete the attachment, not the whole message.
The bogus exe files inside zip files should be caught by your virus
On 13/08/2010 15:41, Steven Andrews wrote:
> Hmmmm....I tried deny+delete in filename.rules.conf AND filetype.rules.conf and the message still flows to the user.
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> Look in the top of the example filename.rules.conf or
> filetype.rules.conf file.
> Instead of "allow" or "deny" you can put "deny+delete" which will do
> what you want, if my memory serves me correctly.
> On 13/08/2010 14:03, Steven Andrews wrote:
>> We get a ton of bogus exe files inside of zip files and of course that
>> generates a blocked filename notification to the end user. Is there
>> way to NOT notify for certain file types? We'll never except an exe so
>> I don't really care to notify for it.
>> *Steven R. Andrews*, President
>> Andrews Companies Incorporated
>> /Small Business Information Technology Consultants/
>> sandrews at andrewscompanies.com
>> Phone: 317.536.1807
>> "If your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail."
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