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Send notice when someone has send e-mail with virus

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by tanq, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. tanq

    tanq Member

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    How to change it that the notice wouldn't be send to the user who sent the e-mail containing some virus?!

    I did the "search" but didn't find...


    Thanks
     
  2. SarcNBit

    SarcNBit Well-Known Member

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    You need to supply more information.

    What mail server and AV solution are you using?
     
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    Standard cPanel box + MailScanner from layer1, clamav
     
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    MailScanner places the following in the header of sender notifications:

    X-MailScanner: generated

    When the mail gets bounced (due to spoofed addresses or whatever reason) it is recognized by MailScanner to avoid looping conditions.

    If you still want to eliminate the notification, edit your /etc/MailScanner.conf file. Look for the line

    Notify Senders = yes

    and change it to

    Notify Senders = no
     
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