Script in email

Jules Field MailScanner at
Wed Jun 23 22:06:57 IST 2010

On 23/06/2010 21:06, Kevin Miller wrote:
> Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> On 11:59 AM, Kevin Miller wrote:
> snip
>> I sent your file through my MailScanner 4.80.10 and the script was
>> disarmed. The result is in the attached
> Hmmm.  I just grepped my /var/spool/MailScanner/quarantine/ folder recursely and none of the messages with<SCRIPT in there are being rewritten as they are in yours.
> Mark's example:
>    <MailScannerScript30358 SCRIPT class=3Dxnet_script>
>    snip
>    </MailScannerScript30358>
> What perl modules are responsible for that?  For example, in the optional modules section of "MailScaner -v" I don't have Encode::Detect.  So I'm thinking maybe it's an optional module and the script disarm parameter is just being ignored?
As long as you've HTML::Parser you should get this feature. It's all 
part of the HTML disarming code that I wrote.


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