On Mon, 6 Oct 2003, Brent Kennedy wrote:
> Well, what about the quarantine option, force filtering for every
> users(spam and attachment), but have a quarantine setup for each
> individual user that deletes at every so often (either set by user or
> global). That way, they get what they want, but are not exposed, unless
> they choose to be, to the quarantine. You could set that up thru
> webmail only. That way you can avoid all the bad attachments and
> worries about clients accidentally setting stuff off. But they will
> still be able to get the email they are missing.
Yeah, I guess that's what I'm looking at long term. I just hadn't
thought of it as a quarantine. Excuse my stupidity. Only thing that
doesn't work for is outgoing :).
Incidentally, I got the following last time I replied to you:
Your message to the following recipients cannot be delivered:
<<< No such domain.
However, the mailing list seems to be getting through to you OK.
Just thought since I was sending to the list anyway, I'd mention this.
-- Tim Nelson Systems Administrator Sunet Internet Tel: +61 3 5241 1155 Fax: +61 3 5241 6187 Web: http://www.sunet.com.au/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org