Peter H. Lemieux
mailscanner at replies.cyways.com
Thu Oct 8 14:32:52 UTC 2015
You can use a ruleset to modify the effects of the "Deliver Cleaned Messages" option. We have this set to "no" globally because hardly any infected messages ever have legitimate content. If you want to deliver cleaned messages to most recipients, but not to the listserver(s), you can write a ruleset with
To: listserver at example.com no
To: default yes
You can also edit the various report files so they have zero length. They will be attached but have no content.
On 10/8/2015 3:13 AM, Mateusz Krawczyk wrote:
> Mark Sapiro,
> Thank you for your response. The conclusion is that there is no option
> for disabling sending message to user that he has received message
> with virus. Am I right ?
> The only possibility is to change text of those messages ?
> For me the problem is connected with sending such messages to mailing lists.
> Mateusz Krawczyk
> 2015-10-08 3:10 GMT+02:00 Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net>:
>> On 10/06/2015 11:08 PM, Mateusz Krawczyk wrote:
>>> I would like to ask if there is a possibility to disable sending reports:
>>> Stored Bad Content Message Report
>>> Stored Bad Filename Message Report
>>> Stored Virus Message Report
>>> Stored Size Message Report
>>> Deleted Bad Content Message Report
>>> Deleted Bad Filename Message Report
>>> Deleted Virus Message Report
>>> Deleted Size Message Report
>>> to users. I know how to disable sender or system administrators
>>> notification but I couldn't find options for user notification.
>> Well, if you eliminate these reports, you will be delivering an edited
>> message to the recipient with no notification to the recipient that what
>> you delivered did not contain everything that was in the original.
>> Aside from the fact that this may not be lawful in some jurisdictions,
>> do you really want to do that.
>> If you still think you do, the text of those messages is in the
>> reports/LC/ subdirectory of the MailScanner config directory for each
>> supported language. If I want to edit these I copy reports/en/* to
>> reports/local/ and edit the files there and put
>> %report-dir% = /etc/MailScanner/reports/local
>> in MailScanner.conf.
>> Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
>> San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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