Deliver Cleaned Messages = yes (bypasses spam engine)
IversonS at rushville.k12.in.us
Tue Jan 28 04:06:50 GMT 2014
Rush County Schools
District Technology Coordinator
iversons at rushville.k12.in.us
>>> Michael Huntley <michael at huntley.net> 1/27/2014 9:13 PM >>>
do you have Spam Checks = yes in MailScanner.conf?
On 1/27/2014 5:37 PM, Shawn Iverson wrote:
> Spam can have viruses attached. Just because it has a virus, and the
> virus is removed, doesn't mean that the email itself should be delivered
> without checking against the spam engine. That is what is happening.
> The virus is removed, and the email is delivered without a spam score.
> Shawn Iverson
> Rush County Schools
> District Technology Coordinator
> iversons at rushville.k12.in.us <mailto:iversons at rushville.k12.in.us>
>>>> Jerry Benton <jerry.benton at mailborder.com> 1/27/2014 6:46 PM >>>
> Why would you want to have an email delivered that arrived with a virus
> attached to it in the first place? I cannot think of any circumstance
> where you would want to. Keep in mind that viruses are not "bad files".
> For example, a .exe (if not allowed by your policy) would be a bad file.
> Not a virus.
> Jerry Benton
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