Notify Sender when a virus is detected

Damien Robinet damien at
Wed May 25 14:47:30 CEST 2011

Hi Michael,

Sorry for disturb you again, but since your reply I've search in the
mailing archiv, but I can't find the topic or more topics who the
instructions where posted.

Have you the link ?

For the notify, it's easy, the mail admin go to a script and I read the from.
My script have a count, and after 10 alerts, I update a value into my
DB and postfix lock the SMTP for this SASL user.
My perl script return to postfix a "REJECT".


2011/5/23 Michael Scheidell <michael.scheidell at>:
> then look at archives of this mailing list.. instructions were posted...?
> maybe 3 to 6 months ago.
> its made difficult on purpose.
> ps, if an internal user gets a virus and sends (tries to send) 50,000
> viruses out... do you REALLY want to notify them 50,000 times?
> just SWATCH it and its a lot cleaner.  swatch point to a perl script that
> can notify the user when first one is sent.  maybe limit 1 per hour.
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