Score on attachments

Alex Neuman alex at
Fri Jun 27 17:29:51 IST 2014

You should just disallow SCR files since there is probably no need for them
to be sent to your users. If I recall correctly, SCR (like .EXE) is one of
the extensions MailScanner doesn't let through by default.

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On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 10:06 AM, Max Kipness <max at> wrote:

> Hi,
> I've asked this before, but never got an answer and thought I would give
> it another shot.
> I sometimes get spam with attachments that are usually SCR files. For
> example just a few minutes ago I received about 401k fund
> participants/performance. Everything on my MailScanner system is setup
> correctly. I'm using Bayes (manual), Razor, Pyzor, DCC, custom rules,
> you name it. So this message received a Bayes 999, which is correct. But
> nothing else was triggered. I'm looking at some type of custom rule, but
> I sure would be nice if we could score on an attachment present in
> general, or certain extensions like an SCR. Or if we could score on the
> fact that the message was caught by MailScanner with an attachment
> warning.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks,
> Max
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