Not sure if this is a bug or not, but here goes.
I sent a file with a filename of aaaaaa.vbs.txt (96 a's), and anomy
truncated it to 100 chars:
28861: Enforced policy: accept (attachment
28861: Rewrote filename: 
28862: Rewrote long ( >100 bytes ) MIME name: 
The attachement went through even though the mime name was .vbs! I see that
the real file name has been truncated from the left, but does the mime name
matter? My outlook client saw it as aaaa....vbs.txt, but could the mime
name ever be misinterpreted?
-- Sean Walberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> Communications Eng, Comm & Info Svcs Health Sciences Centre [204-787-1010]
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