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Cpanel_exim_system_filter

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xavierkca, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. xavierkca

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    I keep removing the EML extension from /etc/cpanel_exim_system_filter. Every time the server updates, it overwrites that file and adds the EML extension back in. How can I prevent it from blocking EML extensions which is the default with Thunderbird forwarding.



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    Anyone?


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    Disable the attachments filter in the exim config editor in whm
     
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    Well that would certainly do it, but I don't want .exe .bat .js etc allowed. I just want to allow .eml attachments. There has to be something to allows me to specify which to allow and which to block.


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    Its pretty much all or nothing unless you want to maintain your own filter file.


    If you'd rather just maintain your own filter file, just make a copy of the cpanel_exim_system_filter , then change the config in whm to point to that one.
     

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