> we've just installed sanitizer on a vanilla rh 9
> system, with the sole purpose of scanning incoming emails
> for attachements and either trashing them (potentially
> maliciouus ones) or storing wanted ones (.pdf and .doc) in a
> specific directory.
> in sanitize.cfg i have:
> file_name_tpl = /home/ratesheets/$F
> /home/ratesheets is world-writable.
> when i sent the first email to the system, everything
> worked fine. there were three attachements and some text,
> so i got via ls:
> -rw-r--r-- 1 mail mail 42496 Mar 17 21:16
> DRF-Camm_Agreement_2004_Final.doc -rw-r--r-- 1 mail
> mail 39936 Mar 17 21:16 letter_to_customers.doc
> -rw-r--r-- 1 mail mail 41485 Mar 17 21:16
> lettertocustomers.pdf -rw-r--r-- 1 mail mail
> 25 Mar 17 21:16 unnamed.txt
> when i sent a second email, NOTHING happened, the
> attachment (with different name) did not appear, nor was
> unnamed.txt (the text of the email changed).
> i'm very confused about this.
> also, where can i find a definition of the variables
> (like $F) that one can use in a file_name_tpl?
> reading the docs i would have thought that $T was a
> timestamp, but apparently it's not. also, $ by itself
> appears to generate a random character. since i will be
> receiving many emails into this same directory i'd like to
> have a template that can add uniqueness to the name but
> still preserve the .doc or .pdf at the end, or allows
> storage of many plain text files sent as the body of the
> any help would be greatly appreciated.
> thanks in advance
> david camm
> advanced web system
> keller, tx
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