For starters, I love the Anomy sanitizer. It's a great tool,
and has been protecting some pretty large desktops for me
in tandem with Spamassassin.
However, I have a question that I'd like to ask before digging
into the code. There are hooks provided in the standard config
for modifying the messages inserted when files are dropped
or saved. Is there a similar facility for files that are defanged?
This is an issue because almost all my users use Outlook, and
in it's infinite wisdom it happily displays text attachments
inline with the original message - and so far I have been attaching
the standard log inline (feat_log_inline = 1). However, this log
is just incomprehensible to my end users, even those at my own
company. I guess it's format is just too technical for those who
don't ever touch the insides of their machines, or code at all.
So, I'd like to disable it, but then the problem remains that
files can get defanged with no warning to the user. They end up
with a file they can't double click on, and nothing to tell them
what to do.
So - if Anomy sanitizer defangs, I need it to insert a nice
friendly message that informs the user and tells them what to do,
even if it's just to call me :) The messages it inserts when
saving/dropping are very nice. Is it able to do that from the
config file? Or should I roll up my sleeves and dive into the