MailScanner gateway integration with PGP Univesal Server
MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue Mar 2 09:46:16 GMT 2010
On 01/03/2010 22:28, Phil Hale wrote:
> Hello fellow MailScanner folks,
> I've been tasked with researching a method to make our MailScanner SMTP
> gateways work with a set of PGP Universal Servers in "out of stream"
> mode. Basically this would entail the MailScanner servers finding some
> header flag in the outbound/inbound mail messages and ,based on that
> header, passing them on to the PGP Universal servers for
You could do something with a SpamAssassin rule to find the header, then
a "SpamAssassin Rule Actions" setting to trigger on that rule and store
it in a directory. You then have a background daemon that lifts the
message files out of that directory and passes them to your PGP servers.
You can use quite a few "tokens" in the "store" action to put different
emails into different directories automatically, if that helps.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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