Score on attachments

Alex Neuman alex at
Sat Jun 28 00:10:12 IST 2014

Or you could just let MailScanner do its job and not deliver these files -
along with the e-mails with the dangerous attachments.

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On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 4:16 PM, Max Kipness <max at> wrote:

> >What about not allowing messages with forbidden attachments through at
> all?
> >In any case, you might want to try something like this:
> >mimeheader SCR_ATTACHED Content-Type =~ /scr/i
> >describe SCR_ATTACHED email contains an scr file attachment
> >score SCR_ATTACHED 1.0
> I actually spoke a little soon.
> Although this works great on the actual SCR files. I realized later they
> are sent inside of zip files. This doesn't work for an SCR inside of a zip,
> of course because the mime header has no mention of the inside file.
> For now I'm giving zip files a low score, but enough to take the email to
> definite "is spam" with a Bayes 999.
> I'm also reviewing Rick's suggestion.
> Thanks all,
> Max
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