There really is not much point these days inasmuch as most of the virii
(worms, really) spread themselves by taking on false "From" headers
harvested from the address books of compromised machines. Every "you
sent an infected message" message that I have received in the last
year, and it has been a *lot*, has been exclusively from messages I
They really do not help anymore, sadly.
If you still want to do it, the simplest way would be to write a
procmail script, assuming you are using procmail, in /etc/procmail that
just parsed out the message inserted by anomy and piped to a simple
script. At least, that is what I would try first.
On Mar 4, 2004, at 1:18 AM, Joseph Goh wrote:
> Dear All,
> Right now i am using Anomy with sendmail, all now i want to do is to
> configure Anomy to return some report to the sender and inform them
> about their mail if the mail which they send contain virus.
> How i can do that ?
> Joseph Goh