By "False" Positive you mean the message was good yet did not have a virus but the email does contain the vulnerability, which can be exploited which puts your server or recipient at risk. The best thing to do if it comes from a specific address is to contact the sender and make them aware of the issue so they can upgrade or patch their side. If this is not possible, you do have the option of disabling this vulnerability check either for the sender specifically or turn it off completely on your server (which we do not advise) so in short we suggest to continue to check for this vulnerability. David Barker VP Operations Declude Your Email security is our business 978.499.2933 office 978.988.1311 fax <mailto:dbar...@declude.com> dbar...@declude.com From: supp...@declude.com [mailto:supp...@declude.com] On Behalf Of Robert Grosshandler Sent: Monday, April 12, 2010 6:07 PM To: declude.junkm...@declude.com Subject: [Declude.JunkMail] Outlook Hi Occassionally, we're getting "false" positives on the email to us containing: [Outlook 'MIME segment in MIME Postamble' Vulnerability] I'm sure they do contain that problem, but false in that they're not malicious (I don't think.) People still blocking on this? Thanks, Rob --- This E-mail came from the Declude.JunkMail mailing list. To unsubscribe, just send an E-mail to imail...@declude.com, and type "unsubscribe Declude.JunkMail". The archives can be found at http://www.mail-archive.com. --- This E-mail came from the Declude.Virus mailing list. To unsubscribe, just send an E-mail to imail...@declude.com, and type "unsubscribe Declude.Virus". The archives can be found at http://www.mail-archive.com.