Release dangerous content?

Tracy Greggs mailscanner-list at
Thu Jan 31 01:09:40 UTC 2019

Meant to send it to the mailwatch list.  Time for some new glasses perhaps


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Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 5:28 PM
To: Tracy Greggs via MailScanner <mailscanner at>
Subject: Re: Release dangerous content?


Take a look here:

You need to add rules to prevent this



On 30/01/2019 23:20, Tracy Greggs via MailScanner wrote:

I have these options set to below yet can't release dangerous content like a
.bat file without it getting re-quarantined. is whitelisted.






These are my current software versions.


MailWatch Version: 1.2.12

Operating System Version: CentOS Linux 7 (Core)

Postfix Version: 3.2.4 

MailScanner Version: 5.1.3

ClamAV Version: 0.101.1 

SpamAssassin Version: 3.4.2 

PHP Version: 7.2.8

MySQL Version: 10.1.35-MariaDB

GeoIP Database Version: GeoLite2 Country database 2019-01-22 17:43:27


Any ideas?





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