Double File extension

Alex Neuman alex at
Mon Jan 20 14:25:07 GMT 2014

Yes. You could create a perl regular expression (regexp) that can match

Here's more info:

Otherwise just comment out with a # the double extension rule and match on
.exe, .com, .pif, .scr and such.

It's much easier than hitting your users upside the head with a

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On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:22 AM, Johan Hendriks <joh.hendriks at>wrote:

> Hello all.
> I have mailscanner running and it all works quite well.
> The only thing i encounter is that people use a lot of (.) in there
> files, and this triggers the deny rule of multiple extensions.
> Is there a way to only check the last two extensions, and only block if
> both are three caracters long?
> regards
> Johan
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