MailScanner and ZendTo
--[ UxBoD ]--
uxbod at splatnix.net
Fri Jul 1 16:41:31 IST 2011
Yes, they can reside on different servers; all MailScanner would need to know is the URL to connect too and the AccessKey which are defined in MailScanner.conf as:
ZendTo URL = http://somedomain/dropoff.php
ZendTo Access Key = 123456
The dropoff is then created and the accept message is sent back to MailScanner and attached as an inline composition.
The message is constructed from a smarty template on the ZendTo server which means it can easily be branded.
----- Original Message -----
> Hello all,
> That sounds brilliant, keep in mind that the two services could be
> separated (I wouldn't want to run a public facing web server on my
> mail relay!)
> Kind regards,
> >>> On 6/16/2011 at 10:55 AM, in message
> >>> <a4728539-3315-4a89-9cce-29509a627e7d at office.splatnix.net>, "--[
> >>> UxBoD ]--" <uxbod at splatnix.net> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have been tasked with writing a custom function to integrate
> MailScanner with ZendTo and looking for a little bit of help with
> anybody who knows the MailScanner internals. I thought about using
> something like "Always Looked Up Last" though that is called whether
> the message is deleted or not. Therefore I believe it will have to
> be a complete new option with MailScanner but wondering at what
> point the attachment should be stripped and replaced with the ZendTo
> URL and key. I guess after virii scanning would be the most obvious
> so would like to ask which piece of code would be best to start
> looking at please to inject a new function ?
> Thanks, Phil
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