On Tue, Aug 14, 2001 at 01:00:24AM -0700, Md. Sifat Ullah Patwary wrote:
Recently we are facing a problem of mail bombing from
some MS Win9x customer. Its due to a email worm. It
sends a virus file attached with. extensions are
*.pif, *.lnk etc.
I was looking for any patch which will help me to scan
this attached files and do the needful. Is there any?
yes, of course, use qmail-scanner. It has userdefinable attechment
filters, and can operate an commercial virus scanner for mime
attachments. you have to apply the qmailqueue patch, and define a
QMAILQUEUE variable in your smtp startup script.
qmail-scanner is very nice, i use it myself to protect those windooze
computers in my network.
Secondly, some clients are sending a mail with 1000 cc
or bcc to my local users. Is there any tools to stop
this junk mails?
yes, of course. Most probably the tarpitting patch from qmail.org will
help you in this issue
Lukas Beeler[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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