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Bypassing Exiscan / exim.antivirus from Exim for specific domain

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  1. tweakservers

    tweakservers Well-Known Member

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    I have a cPanel box and looking for ways if it is possible to by pass specific domain list from the antivirus scan on the server for our outgoing emails for local domain users
     
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    tweakservers Well-Known Member

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    bump.. anyone ? :)
     
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    i am looking for solution on this as well ... :D
     
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    Bymo

    Hi
    there is a solution to this question?
    esample:
    setup a file with domains that wanna receive all attachment?
    Like (example) rblbypass that don't stop spam for a domain

    I delete from exim.conf e antivirus.exim .doc extension, but exim update add another time .doc extension


    thanks
     
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    Take a copy of antivirus.exim and make the changes you want. Then go into WHM > Exim Configuration Editor > and change the path of the system_filter on that first page to the file you've created.
     
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