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Re: test - passed, but other lists still have it



Chuck Mead wrote:
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katzj redhat com *did not write:*

<snip pif virus>

I use postfix for my MTA's and in conjunction with the config found here:

http://moongroup.com/outbound.config

I block the content which was contained in the original of this message
with this regexp:

/^\s*Content-(Disposition|Type).*name\s*=\s*"?(.+\.(ad[ep]|asd|ba[st]|c[ho]m|cmd|cpl|crt|dbx|dll|exe|hlp|hta|in[fs]|isp|lnk|js|jse|lnk|ocx|md[etw]|ms[cipt]|nws|ocx|ops|pcd|pi|pif|prf|reg|scf|scr|sct|sh[bms]|swf|uue|vb|vb[esx]|vxd|wab|ws[cfh]))"?\s*$/


Has this block been implemented for the other lists? I have received messages from fedora-test-list that were from addresses that were not someome redhat com addresses. - nbryant optonline net and also another email. Both were non-rhat addresses.


This mail came back with the attatchment removed and I didn't get a warning message from my ISP.

If the block works. It sounds like it would be great to implement for all lists.

Jim




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