On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 16:59, Brian Schonecker wrote:
> I'm not so sure where to put the finger on this one. Since it's seven
> separate emails, there's no way for Anomy to determine that it's supposed to
> one, big email. So Anomy surely isn't to blame.
Sorry, but I disagree, *STRONGLY*.
Most other MIME filter vendors do seem to be accepting the challenge of
dealing with this.
If someone can send a .exe attachment which passes through Anomy
untouched and arrives in the mailbox of an Outlook Express user intact
and double-clickable, then Anomy has failed me.
I don't know how other admins feel, but speaking for myself, I'd be
quite happy to see Anomy just defang
This should be a fairly simple fix. In the whole time I've been using
Anomy I can count on the fingers of a couple of hands the number of
times I've needed to fish a legitimate executable out of quarrantine for
someone; I'd be awfully surprised if legitimate cases of fragmented
executables start keeping me busy.
If the fragment header is defanged, then on receipt it should simply
-- #include <disclaimer.h> INTERNET: firstname.lastname@example.org Ross Mould / 259 S. College St. / Washington, PA 15442