This is by no means official advice, but I wouldn't at all rely upon the default configuration to save you. I would definitely recommend writing your own policies to handle mangling .eml, .nws, and .dll attachments if you want it done. I'd recommend scanning those attachment types by an Anti-Virus scanner too. I'm probably going to include those files in my own policies when I next have an opportunity to revise them.
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>>> "Alexander" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 09/22/01 08:59AM >>> I've noticed that sanitizer does not mangle by default .eml, .nws and .dll attachements. I use it in production and very busy environment.
Is ther any plans for integrating those options in next release of sanitizer? For the time been : what should bee done to get sanitizer to filter out .eml files ?
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