Banned rules question
tonio at ngyn.org
Sat Jun 30 19:35:03 CEST 2012
Le 29/06/2012 17:15, Mark Martinec a écrit :
>> I'm wondering what are the default banned rules provided by amavis.
>> I failed to find the answer looking at the sample config file.
>> What I think is %banned_rules only contains only a 'DEFAULT' entry equal
>> to $banned_filename_re.
>> My question is: what is the default content of $banned_filename_re ?
> These are the defaults:
> @banned_filename_maps = ( 'DEFAULT' );
> %banned_rules = ( 'DEFAULT' => $banned_filename_re); # after-default
> $banned_filename_re = undef;
> The $banned_filename_re is empty (undef) by default.
> Its usual value comes from a config file, using an
> assignment like:
> $banned_filename_re = new_RE(
> This may or may not be the same as in the amavisd.conf file
> of a distribution. Site installation or some package may have
> its own ideas what should be assigned to $banned_filename_re.
> It is also possible that a config file was not updated with
> some upgrade of amavisd, so it may contain older settings.
I'll take a look at existing packages (the debian one for example) to
see what they propose for $banned_filename_re.
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