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antivirus.exim configuration

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by onaweb, May 24, 2004.

  1. onaweb

    onaweb Well-Known Member

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    Hello,
    I have a client who does not wish to have their e-mail attachments filtered. They on a regular basis receive bat, mdb, etc. files e-mailed to them from clients.

    I am thinking about adding a line to the antivirus.exim file to not filter out any attachments, wondering if this will work.

    if $message_headers: contains "abc-client.com"
    then
    endif

    If I place this first thing in the antivirus.exim file, will this then end any filtering if the e-mail contains "abc-client.com"?

    Thanks,
    Andy

    PS. I tried installing the CPM MailScanner per domain, but was not successful, wondering if this will take care of my problem?
     
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    alex042 Well-Known Member

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    Why dont they just have people zip up their attachments?
     
  3. onaweb

    onaweb Well-Known Member

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    That's not an option. Apparently, some of their clients are not technically minded and it is difficult to explain how to zip a file. I need to know how to turn off the scanner for their domain, will my suggested change work?
     
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    onaweb Well-Known Member

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    After thinking about it, would this be better:

    if $message_headers: contains "abc-client.com"
    then
    deliver
    endif

    I am just trying to confirm this will work before I put it in the antivirus.exim file.

    Thanks,
    Andy
     
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