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Re: [SLUG] Calling Sendmail Ninjas.....
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 03:38:55PM +1000, Tony Green wrote:
> * This one time, at band camp, Terry Collins said:
> > Is it just easier to have something to detect virus infected email and
> > pass it over to a perl script or something.?
> It would be if Trend supported this... However its only ability is to
> clean/move/delete the attachment and modify the body of the text in a
> limited way. You can't tell it to do anything else with the mail and
> once its gone through Trend, there is no way to tell sendmail that it's
> an infected email without scanning the body - hence the need for
amavis is a mail filter that decodes MIME attachments and passes them to a
virus scanner. I've got it set up to quarantine infected mails and sent a
warning email to the recipient. It can also reply back to the original
sender. Trend AV is on its list of supported scanners.
Not exactly what you want, but as it's mostly a perl script, it shouldn't be
too hard to hack in what you need..
Things just happen. What the hell.
-- Didactylos the philosopher
(Terry Pratchett, Hogfather)
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