Not having any luck searching on this, though I found a couple of related posts. If a message is quarantined, then released from within mailwatch, the quarantined message shows up as either que files in text form, or a text file containing all headers, etc. Any attachments are also included, both as an individual attachment (say, a .WMV file) as well as the encoded text in the original text file. Confused enough? Question: Is it possible, and how is it done, that the message and attachments are delivered as original bits, rather than being a set of attachments to the "message released from quarantine"? email, just as if they'd never been quarantined? I'd like to do this from GUI or similar script, as opposed to logging in and running command line stuff.