I have the latest version of anomy sanitizer up and running and it
rocks. I am using a configuration that drops attachments of the
executable type. What I would REALLY like to do is drop those emails
entirely. Is this possible? Basically my company isn't supposed to get
executable attachments via email and if they do, it's a virus or trojan.
And usually we get a dozen or so per day and it eats into our time
having to find and delete those emails amongst the valid ones. We'd
like to just drop the email entirely if it has executable attachments,
keep it if it has other types (but still drop winmail.dat, etc)...
Thanks for your help!
From: Bjarni R. Einarsson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2003 7:13 AM
Subject: [anomy-list]: Re: Using two versions of Anomy in parallel
On 2003-09-09, 10:56:00 (-0300), Ret wrote:
> I use procmail to invoke anomy, and so I have a system variable called
> ANOMY pointing the path to my anomy installation. If I use two
> sanitizers at the same time while in different directories, how am I
> suppose to correctly invoke each version? Are there other dependencies
> (sys variables, paths,
> etc) that have to be taken into account??
This is easy enough to do - just set the ANOMY variable within the
procmail rule (or within a shell-script wrapper invoked by the procmail
rule) and you should be fine.
There shouldn't be any other dependancies to worry about.
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